The Elite Dopplers incorporate all of the best features of over 20 years of Nicolet Doppler experience.
- Heart rate display to easily determine fetal heart rate.
- Rechargeable Battery.
- The comfortable shape of the Elite probe is easy to hold and features broad beam technology, making it very easy to find and lock onto the signal of interest.
- The new probes also incorporate Static Suppression Doppler (SSD) technology for a clear, static-free signal and the best possible diagnostic information.
- Obstetrical applications include detecting pregnancy, reassuring the mother, and determining multiple pregnancies.
- Easy-to-use probe! Pre-angled crystals, broad beam technology and large probe face provide a unique method of quickly locating vascular signals - no need to angle the probe! Faster and easier signal acquisition than standard pencil probes.
- Dimensions: 6.8" x 2.9" x1.0" (17cm x 7.5cm x 2.5cm)
- Weight: 0.60 lb. (0.25kg)
- Power source: 110V recharger: Model 200R; Battery powered: Mode l00
- Battery type: 8.4 Volt NiCad user replaceable: Model 200R; 9V alkaline: Model 100
- Battery recharge time: 10 hours (3.5 hours to restore 50% of capacity): Model 200R
- Display range: 60-199 +/- 2: Model 200R
- Display Resolution: 1 beat per minute: Model 200R.
- The 2 MHz OB probe has a deeper signal penetration and is best used to detect fetal heartbeats in larger women and later in pregnancy. It will consistently pick up the fetal heartbeat at 12 weeks, and is preferred for use during labor and delivery.
- The 2 MHz waterproof OB probe has a deeper signal penetration plus the additional feature of being waterproof. It will consistently pick up the fetal heartbeat at 12 weeks and is best for use with larger women and later in pregnancy. When using the probe for an underwater labor and delivery, the main unit of the Doppler remains outside of the water bath to provide clear, undistorted sound.
- The 3 MHz OB probe has a shallower focus than the 2 MHz and is more sensitive to early fetal heartbeats. It can pick up the fetal heartbeat as early as 8 to 10 weeks. It is most commonly used to find fetal heartbeats and to monitor the fetus in the earlier stages of pregnancy.
- The 5 MHz vascular probe has a deeper penetration than the 8 MHz. It is most commonly used for post-surgical patients to help reveal deep vein thrombosis, to locate and monitor deep veins and arteries in legs and for ABI studies in larger patients.
- The 8 MHz vascular probe has a shallower focus and is best used for monitoring peripheral vessels. It is most commonly used for ABI (ankle/brachial index) studies, finding pedal pulses, wound care and locating hard-to-find pulses in peripheral vessels of diabetic patients.
Elite Fetal Doppler, With Display