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Diaped Introduces New Doppler Range
Date:6/17/2010

Algeos, the UK's leading supplier of diabetic footcare products are introducing an exciting new range to augment their existing product range.

Liverpool, Merseyside (PRWEB) June 17, 2010 -- Algeos, the UK's leading supplier of diabetic footcare products are introducing an exciting new range to augment their existing product range.

Koven Hadeco vascular dopplers have now launched in the UK and Ireland under the Diaped brand.

Koven Hadeco dopplers are ideal for monitoring, diagnosis, and wound care and are widely used for clinical applications such as Ankle Brachial Index studies and Peripheral Vascular Procedures.

The collection features three dopplers to suit a wide range of applications: The Bidop3 Visual Pocket Doppler, Smartdop 45 Vascular Ultrasound Doppler and the Smartdop 30EX Vascular Ultrasound Doppler.

The BIDOP® 3 is a unique, hand-held pocket Doppler that offers diagnostic capabilities previously seen only in large systems. The BIDOP® 3 has a large viewing panel with real-time Doppler waveform display. The built-in microprocessor calculates ratios automatically without the need for manual adjustments. Store up to 30 waveforms for later reference or download to optional Smart-V-Link® vascular software for documentation and reimbursement. An optional PPG (Photoplethysmography) probe for toe pressures is also available.

The Smartdop® 45 by Koven Technology is a lightweight, hand-held bidirectional Doppler for assessment of the vascular condition. It has a large visual LCD screen for viewing real-time waveforms and an integrated printer for documentation. Optional PPG and pulse volume is available for toe pressures and PVR studies. The built-in microprocessor calculates ratios automatically without the need for manual adjustments. Save up to 30 waveforms for later reference, print-out, or download to the optional Sma
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