Ultrasound Dopplers are used to detect fetal heartbeat and monitor peripheral arterial and venous blood flow. Healthcare professionals often use dopplers to evaluate blood flow through major arteries and veins and detect blood clots that can block blood flow. During pregnancy, Dopplers are used to measure heart rate and blood flow in unborn babies. Each Doppler utilizes a handheld Probe which is maneuvered over the target site of the patient. Probes are offered in various ranges of MHz, which have a different beam and penetration size based on test to be performed.
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