The Medline 4 MHz Handheld Fetal Doppler, by Medline, is a dependable tool healthcare workers can use with a patient to measure vascular blood flow and determine any irregularities or potential disease indicators. This vascular doppler is a non-invasive option for getting diagnostic information that can potentially avoid the patient's need for arteriography or venography.
This Vascular Doppler will assist a clinician diagnose potentially deadly conditions like blood clots, heart valve defects, congenital heart disease or bulging or blocked arteries. The data this handheld doppler provides can also assist detecting pulmonary hypertension, a condition that can lead to heart failure. This tool will also give data that the doctors and healthcare workers use to evaluate patients' venous health post-surgery.
The Medline 4 MHz Handheld Vascular Doppler is lightweight, portable and durable and hosts several convenient features. With the handheld doppler device comes a headphone plug to closely hear vascular sounds and will assist hearing-impaired individuals. The probe is waterproof and is interchangeable so the user can change frequencies.The 4 MHz probe will relay great data for a proper understanding of vein and artery health. The large LCD screen presents probe frequency and blood rate. It powers on and operates with a simple push of a button.
Medline 4 MHz Handheld Doppler Features and Benefits
- The doppler can help caregivers detect blood flow and any abnormalities within the venous system.
- It will accurately gather data, to indicate any warning signs that may result from blocked or bulging arteries.
- The readout is big and bold giving frequency and blood rate statistics.
- The doppler has a headset option to listen more closely to internal sounds.
Medline 4 MHz Handheld Fetal Doppler
- Product Number: MDSDOPPLERV.
- Manufacturer: Medline.
- Frequency: 4 MHz.
- Probe is Waterproof.
- Interchangeable Probe.
- Probe Type: Vascular.
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