Imexdop Ct+ Obstetrical/Vascular Doppler - Discontinued
This product is discontinued.
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The Imexdop Ct+ Obstetrical/Vascular Doppler
The IMEXDOP CT+ is a larger unit with dual speakers and a large, easy-to-read display. This unit's smart charging stand can be mounted to the wall, counter or IV pole. It is surprisingly lightweight, but large enough not to be lost or taken. Built-in dual speakers offer superb sound quality. Patient and others can hear fetal heart beat. One system can be used for both obstetrical and vascular applications due to the interchangeable probes.
Obstetrical applications include reassuring the mother, detecting pregnancy and determining multiple pregnancies. The 2 MHz probe is best for use in detecting fetal heart tones after 12 weeks and throughout labor and delivery. It can also be used on obese patients. The 2 MHz probe is good for hospital labor and delivery areas. The waterproof 2 MHz probe is for late pregnancy and underwater labor and delivery use. The 3 MHz probe is designed for increased sensitivity in the early stages of pregnancy. It can detect fetal heart tones as early as 8 to 10 weeks. When using only one probe, this is the best choice.
Vascular applications include helping to detect arterial disease and venous disease, assessing blood pressures, checking for impotence and locating vessels for IVs and any other application where detection and monitoring of blood flow is important. The 5 MHz probe is used for general vascular diagnosis. It may be used for deep arterial and venous flow detection. The 8 MHz probe is a vascular probe used for superficial vessel studies. It can be used to help assess blood pressures and detect blood flow in digits.
IMEXDOP CT+ Technical Specifications & Dimensions:
- Fetal: 60-210 beats per minute
- Vascular: 60-119 beats per minute 1 beat per minute +/-1 beat per minute at low end of display range; +/-5 beats per minute at high end of display range