Why Use an EchoHeart Summit Doppler Instead of an Ultrasound?
An ultrasound is a routine procedure performed by a healthcare professional on a pregnant woman, usually around 20 weeks. It uses high-frequency sound waves to generate an image or video of the fetus. Jack Herer Vape Cartridge can be done topically on the abdomen or transvaginally to produce an extremely clearer view of the fetus. A conventional Doppler can detect the baby’s heartbeat at around 10-15 weeks.
Early fetal exams are usually done if the mother is a high-risk patient, has a retroverted uterus, or is obese. What makes the EchoHeart Doppler so great is that Summit has combined the technology to produce the world’s first transvaginal Doppler. It can detect the baby’s heartbeat much earlier than ordinary OB Dopplers and has superior sensitivity and sound quality.
Summit Doppler Systems, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of Doppler ultrasound systems used to detect the fetal heartbeat and to monitor peripheral venous and arterial blood flow. Also, along with a vascular diagnostic system to detect peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
A Doppler ultrasound is a non-invasive test that can estimate the blood flow through blood vessels by bouncing high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) off circulating red blood cells. A regular ultrasound uses sound waves to produce images but cannot show blood flow.
Summit Doppler fetal heart monitors feature large displays to indicate heart rate and battery status. LifeDop OB models are designed for maximum sensitivity and durability with a rechargeable battery and audio recording options.