COVID-19 resources


Partner to Fight COVID-19

Lung ultrasound has rapidly become a helpful tool for the assessment of patients with the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). It can aid in detecting pulmonary involvement and clinical decision making while avoiding exposure to other healthcare personnel. Since the onset of COVID-19, the Vave solution has seen a huge demand from healthcare professionals treating COVID-19 patients as it is the ideal diagnostic tool for highly contagious diseases. Its wireless nature is another added benefit of easier infection control measures (can be completely encased and quickly disinfected). To help in the battle to fight this pandemic, we have been able to supply Vave probes to over a dozen hospitals across the country in urgent need. If you are interested in partnering with us, please send us your information here.

Vave Probe with cover
Ander Kumar, MD
Andre Kumar, MD, MEd

As a hospitalist on the frontline of the COVID-19 epidemic, it is important for me to safely use POCUS on my patients without increasing the risk of exposure to myself and others. I am particularly drawn towards Vave’s wireless technology, where I can keep my phone completely sealed in a sterile cover instead of risking contamination by plugging a probe into it and exposing it to open air. I also use probe covers, which makes cleaning the device much more efficient while making sure I am protecting my patients. This is by far the best device to use from an infection control standpoint.

Lung Scans

Using the Vave Wireless Ultrasound Solution

Non COVID-19 Patient

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Vave Health has assembled the latest information to provide help with detecting, diagnosing and managing COVID-19 patients. We will continue to make updates as new and helpful information is available.  We hope you find this useful.

Latest news and findings


123 Sonography
Guide for Lung Ultrasound, COVID-19
AUIM Lung Ultrasound Webinar
POCUS in COVID-19 Podcast
Ultrasound Gel
Transducer Cleaning and PPE
Lung Ultrasound in COVID-19

Global agency guidance and information

World Health Organization (WHO) Update
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Radiological Society of North America
American College of CHEST Physicians

Contact Us to Partner for COVID

    Robinson Ferre, MD, FACEP
    Robinson Ferre, MD, FACEP