8 MHz Surgical Doppler System

The VTI 8 MHz Surgical Doppler System was developed for use by surgeons who have a need to interrogate larger vessels. This audio blood flow Doppler allows for real-time, intraoperative assessment of vessels in a wide variety of surgical specialties.

The Vascular Doppler System uses cost-effective, single patient use Doppler Probes that are ready to verify technical results, even in your most challenging cases. It’s an advantage that’s usually unattainable with common transcutaneous Doppler devices.

Surgical Specialties

Feature and Benefits

  • Portable & easy to use – no special training required
  • Cost effective – saves time
  • Disposable probes that are always available
  • Disposable probes that always work
  • Deep signal penetration

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Description

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Catalog #
108910-AC VTI 8 MHz Surgical Doppler Transceiver
108110-US Hospital Grade Power Cord
108110-SUPPLY Power Supply
108260 8 MHz Doppler Probe, Sterile, Disposable (Box of 4)
108370 8 MHz Drop-In Probe, Sterile, Disposable (Box of 4)

Dopplers in Vascular & General Surgery

Surgeons who have a need to interrogate larger vessels in general and vascular surgery procedures use the 8 MHz Surgical Doppler System. This audio blood flow detector allows for real-time, intraoperative assessment of vessels in a wide variety of surgical specialties.

Disposable Doppler Probes: VTI’s single patient use Doppler Probes are ready to verify technical results, even in your most challenging cases. It’s an advantage that’s usually unattainable with common transcutaneous Doppler devices.

Surgical Procedures

  • A/V Fistula
  • A/V Shunt
  • Bypass Graft
  • Carotid Endarterectomy

Doppler Uses

  • Determines patency of fistula, shunt, or vessel
  • Verifies technical results of anastamoses
  • Locates grafts and obscured vessels embedded in scar tissue

The VTI 8 MHz Doppler System’s powerful operating frequency delivers a signal depth suitable for both transcutaneous and intraoperative applications.