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Vascular Doppler Detector (BV-660T )

The BV-660T+(660T++) wheeled peripheral vascular disease detector is mainly used for rapid and accurate diagnosis of non-invasive peripheral vascular disease (PAD) in the human body. By using ultrasound Doppler technology to measure ABI and TBI parameters, doctors can improve the diagnostic detection rate of peripheral vascular diseases and quantitatively determine the severity of patients' peripheral vascular diseases.

Product applicability:

Suitable for departments such as geriatrics, cardiology, endocrinology, and physical examination.

Product introduction

Functional features:

1. Supports computer screen display, with the computer system processing the display interface

2. The 8MHz (± 10%) frequency pen probe is compatible with bidirectional and unidirectional blood flow probes, PPG probes, and is convenient for doctors to measure different parts

3. Can display blood flow velocity value, pulse rate value, bidirectional blood flow waveform, PPG waveform, PVR waveform, measurable ABI/TBI/SEGMENT value

4. Able to automatically calculate ABI and TBI, and calculate the results

5. Can store up to 1 million sets of data and can be backed up to the hospital database at any time through the network

6. Configure a laser printer for easy recording and analysis of test data

7. Mobile cart design with large LCD screen display

8. Simply test the blood pressure value in the wrist/ankle to diagnose the disease

9. BV-660T++can automatically detect bilateral values simultaneously

Introduction to Features

Diagnosis of peripheral arterial disease (PAD)

The simplest and most effective method for diagnosing PAD is to perform ankle brachial ratio (ABI) examination. ABI is the contraction of the ankle artery

The ratio of blood pressure to upper arm artery systolic blood pressure is a convenient and non-invasive examination method. ABI examination can be performed on supine or

Sit down and proceed. The study of segmental pressure has many benefits for locating lower limb blood flow obstruction in PAD patients.

Personal computer printing report software

Clinicians can annotate, explain, save, and print patient examination reports through the powerful database function provided by this software, which can be integrated with the electronic medical record system.

Convenient and fast

Advanced diagnostic functions enable users to quickly and effectively perform peripheral arterial examinations. The waveform display and ABI examination instruction guidance system, automatic blood pressure cuff inflation and deflation system, and automatic ABI/TBI calculation make ABI examination and PAD diagnosis extremely easy.

Combination of multiple diagnostic modes

Three functional modes (Doppler, PPG, PVR) are provided to obtain systolic blood pressure and corresponding blood flow waveforms. double

The Doppler blood flow probe and pulse volume recording can be used to record ankle waveforms; Blood pressure can be obtained using either a bidirectional Doppler probe or a PPG probe.

Doppler mode:

The use of a bidirectional Doppler probe can simultaneously obtain systolic blood pressure and blood flow waveforms. Display the blood flow of the bidirectional probe above the baseline; The blood flow far from the probe is displayed below the baseline. ABI examination using Doppler to obtain blood pressure has always been considered an ABI examination