DOPPLER VET BP

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Doppler set includes

✔️ 1 probe of your choice
✔️ Battery charger
✔️ Sphygmomanometer
✔️ 4 cuffs in different sizes

(4-8 cm, 6-11 cm, 7-13 cm and 8-15 cm)
✔️ Headset
✔️ Tube of gel

All the accessories are packed in a  carrying case.

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Reliable and highly accurate device

Measure blood pressure on small animals (including exotics) and detect potential hypertension.

Can be used for monitoring. The probe can be affixed to the animal’s paw or tail during an anaesthesia or during intensive care.

Reliable and highly accurate device

Measure blood pressure on small animals (including exotics) and detect potential hypertension.

Can be used for monitoring. The probe can be affixed to the animal’s paw or tail during an anaesthesia or during intensive care.

Reliable and highly accurate device

Measure blood pressure on small animals (including exotics) and detect potential hypertension.

Can be used for monitoring. The probe can be affixed to the animal’s paw or tail during an anaesthesia or during intensive care.

Reliable and highly accurate device

Measure blood pressure on small animals (including exotics) and detect potential hypertension.

Can be used for monitoring. The probe can be affixed to the animal’s paw or tail during an anaesthesia or during intensive care.

Adapted for multi-use

Choose between: our 8 MHz probe, our pencil probe & transoesophageal probe. Spare cuffs available for purchase.

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8 MHz probe for small animals. 

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Pencil probe for exotic animal examination.

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Transoesophageal doppler probe:
a cardiac monitoring solution. 

To be used on anesthetized animals.

Blood pressure measurement in veterinary medicine

At the beginning of the disease, the symptoms of arterial hypertension in animals are difficult to detect. In many cases, the diagnosis is made too late. Primarily older animals and particularly cats are affected by hypertension, however there are also a lot of indications seen in dogs.
A periodic check should performed on older animals: blood analysis (detection of kidney insufficiency) and blood pressure measurement to detect hypertension. According to current studies, up to 30% of cats suffering from chronic kidney insufficiency have systemic hypertension. Cerebral, ocular and severe renal problems can be a consequence of arterial hypertension.
It is also useful to perform a blood pressure screening before or during an infusion: the arterial pressure can be a suggestive indicator of an animal's condition before an infusion. The veterinarian can adjust the infusion according to the results.

Monitoring with the Doppler

The Doppler allows the flow detection in the artery. The probe can be affixed to the animal’s paw or tail during an anaesthesia or during intensive care. The veterinarian will hear a sound signal reflecting heart rate and pulse.

EXOTIC VET NURSE TRAINING, WA

Samantha Clutterbuck, Owner

"For reptiles, I’ve recently discovered these dopplers with pencil probes from Genia Australia that are amazing. The pencil probe can be used in place of a regular small square probe but I find it’s especially helpful when looking for chelonian (turtle and tortoise) heart sounds. The best place to find these heart sounds is generally the left thoracic inlet, but if you’ve ever tried this yourself, you’ll know it can be quite deep, and require pushing your fingers onto the little square probe quite firmly to hear it."

BAYSIDE VETS, NSW

Naomi Illguth, Hospital Manager

"The doppler is GREAT, works just as we hope. Nice and straightforward to use and clear sounds, we have no issues with it at all. 😊"

ARH ESSENDON FIELDS, VIC

Danielle Purtill, Nurse

"The doppler is amazing. Everyone loves it. Picking up a pulse is super quick. The probe is robust, as expected."

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Reliable and highly accurate device

Measure blood pressure on small animals (including exotics) and detect potential hypertension.

Can be used for monitoring. The probe can be affixed to the animal’s paw or tail during an anaesthesia or during intensive care.

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Instructions for use

1. Place cuff above the vessel to be examined.
2. Shave the area where the probe will be positioned or wet hair with alcohol (underneath
the tail or the carpal pad at the end of the paw or the radial artery).
3. Put gel on the probe. Put probe in contact with the vessel to examine (without pressure
because it would stop or reduce blood flow).
4. Move the probe slightly until you hear a clear Doppler sound signal.
5. Maintain the probe with your finger or fix it on the skin with an adhesive plaster.
6. Inflate the cuff with the sphygmomanometer to block the artery until you hear no sound.
7. Deflate the cuff slowly and progressively.
8. When you hear the sound signal again, it corresponds to the systolic pressure.
9. The diastolic pressure corresponds to a change of the Doppler’s tonality. The detection
of diastolic pressure requires experience as well as good operating conditions.
10. To validate the results, it is best to measure the pressure several times.