The Ultrasound Pocket Doppler, by Graham-Field, is a compact doppler that can be used for both fetal and vascular diagnostics. This is a device that is interchangeable, with probe frequencies so the user can scan for fetal heart rates and vascular abnormalities or indicators -- very useful in a clinical setting for a variety of patient needs.
The Ultrasound Pocket Doppler with a 2MHz frequency probe is useful detecting fetal heart rates for pregnant women, even within the first trimester. The Fetal Doppler data gathered can help a clinician detect any potential problems with the baby's heart rate or umbilical blood flow -- it gives medical staff a better understanding if the fetus is receiving enough oxygen.
With the 4MHz probe, a clinician can detect blood flow through arteries and veins throughout the body. That goes for the 8MHz probe as well, yet at this frequency it received the best audio for more superficial vascular point. The Pocket Doppler comes with a chart that describes these reading points and what best probe to use.
Using the Pocket Doppler is as simple has holding the unit with one hand and holding the probe in the other. The probe tip is slathered in conductive gel and gently placed against the skin and slowly moved to receive the best audio. The sound is emitted from a speaker within the doppler.
Ultrasound Pocket Doppler Features and Benefits
- The doppler will allow detection of both fetal heart rates and vascular blood flow.
- The probes are interchangeable, waterproof, and have a easy-to-use mini USB probe socket.
- The speaker is built-in.
- It includes the alkaline battery.
- The unit is compact, lightweight and comes with a carrying case.
- Detection is highly accurate and produces a clear sound.
Ultrasound Pocket Doppler Specifications
- Product Numbers: 14423-2, 14423-4, 14423-8
- Manufacturer: Graham-Field
- Doppler Type: Fetal, Vascular
- Battery Powered
- Probe Frequency Options: 2MHz, 4MHz, and 8MHz
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