Huntleigh releases Dopplex DMX digital vascular Doppler



Huntleigh has launched the Dopplex DMX digital vascular Doppler. According to a company release, this Doppler combines audio clarity and a visual representation of waveforms with high performance probe sensitivity.

The product is can be charged via a universal serial bus (USB) port, and can transfer electronic records to a computer using Bluetooth communication. It also houses an SD card to store measurements for review and transfer.

Bi-directional waveforms are generated from the digital Doppler spectrum, and presented on a high resolution display with wide viewing angle. This is designed outperform other Dopplers in the gathering of objective evidence to assist clinicians in the diagnosis of vascular.

Audio clarity is enhanced with Huntleigh’s Dynamic Digital Noise Reduction (DDNR) system, according to a the company. DDNR is designed to eliminate background hiss and crackle noise when moving the transducer in the search for blood vessels. This should facilitate the assessment of small and diseased vessels.