Vascular Doppler Devices
Vascular Doppler uses high-frequency sound waves to measure the amount of blood flow through your arteries and veins, usually those that supply blood to your arms and legs. Vascular flow studies can help detect abnormal blood flow within a blood vessel.
A bidirectional Doppler uses the Doppler shift technique to distinguish blood flow in both positive and negative directions, i.e., away from the probe or towards the probe. Using phaser technology, these devices simultaneously separate forward and backward flow signals by comparing phases and pass them on through two separate channels. These devices help in the qualitative assessment of blood flow using parameters such as the shape of the curve and the direction of flow. The use of a surgical probe along with a bidirectional Doppler provides increased access to the region being assessed.
Kodys Bidirectional Dopplers
Kody Medical Electronics, a leading manufacturer of diabetic foot care and wound care equipment, offers a wide range of vascular Dopplers to cater to different needs.
ES-100VX Minidop, Bidop ES100V3, Smartdop 45, Bidop7, Hadeco Smartdop XT 6 Port, Hadeco Smartdop XT 14 Port, and Smartdop 30EX are popular bidirectional Doppler devices used widely in surgical practice. They find applications in neurosurgery, cardiovascular surgery, oral surgery, urology and nephrology, plastic surgery, and orthopaedic surgery.
Kody Medicals offers a wide range of surgical probes of different diameters that can be used at 10 and 20 MHz frequencies. These probes are used along with the Doppler devices to enhance performance and achieve excellent surgical outcomes.