Mizuho offers an essential, cost-effective, intraoperative Doppler confirmation that reduces the need for angiograms during neurosurgical and vascular procedures.
- Mizuho 8 MHz Surgical Doppler System – The Mizuho 8 MHz Surgical Doppler System is an easy-to-use, portable, audio blood flow detector that identifiesand assesses critical blood vessels. The system’s disposable probes, along with the 8 MHz Transceiver, is specificallysystem’s disposable probes, along with the 8 MHz Transceiver, is specifically designed for delicate surgical procedures.The sterile, single-use probes help ensure patient safety while offering you substantial efficiency and convenience.
- Vascular 8 MHz Doppler Probe – During carotid surgery, the Mizuho 8 MHz Surgical Doppler System aids in technicalverification of the endarterectomy.
- Kelly Endonasal 8 MHz Doppler Probe – This highly sensitive, low-profile Doppler probe allows real-time carotid localizationfor microscopic and endoscopic transsphenoidal procedures.
- Mizuho 20 MHz Surgical Doppler System – The Mizuho Surgical Doppler confirms the results of surgical intervention during the procedure and helps savetime and money in reducing the need for angiograms. The unique features of the Mizuho Surgical Doppler makeit ideal for intraoperative use in neurosurgical and vascular applications. Unlike a common pocket Doppler, theMizuho Surgical Doppler operates at a very high frequency of 20 MHz. This means the probe tip emits a tightlyfocused signal with a very shallow depth of penetration.
- 20 MHz Surgical Probe – The Mizuho 20 MHz Surgical Doppler probe is easy to use. The probe tip is 2mm indiameter, making it extremely precise, while not taking up the whole field of view.
- 20 MHz Surgical Micro Probe – Although similar to the 20 MHz Surgical Doppler Probe, the bayonet handle probe features a low profile tipwhich has a diameter of 0.8mm. This allows probe features a low profile tip which has a diameter of 0.8mm.This allows for optimal visibility around the surgical site.