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Product Type: Vascular - Doppler
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Hokanson | Model: MD6 Doppler |
HCPCS : (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $0.00 / $0.00)
MD6 Doppler is a hand-held Doppler.
CLAIMED FEATURES: At 9 ounces (250 grams) the MD6 is a compact, convenient pocket Doppler. The high quality audio signal uses Dynamic Noise Reduction (DNR®) and is easy to hear, even in a noisy room. The patented red and green LEDs on the end of the Doppler probe show you visually when user is on the artery at the best place for a signal . Green means flow towards the probe or arterial blood. When the probe is over a vein the LED flashes red to indicate flow away from the probe. The Doppler uses rechargeable NiCad batteries and is charged separately from the chart recorder. When inserted on the input jack of the MD6VR chart recorder, the waveforms from the Doppler can be recorded.
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