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Laser Doppler Probes

Continuous microvascular blood flow monitoring

Surface probes for skin and exposed tissue blood flow monitoring

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Laser Doppler Std Surf Probe
Part #: TSD140, TSD142, TSD143, TSD144, TSD145, TSD146

The TSD140 series surface probes are designed for skin and exposed tissue blood flow monitoring. All surface probes are made from black Delrin. The signal delivery fiber intersects the probe body at a right angle, making the probes easy to secure to the skin or tissue surface. Surface probes are non-suturable, unless otherwise indicated. All surface probes are autoclavable have a 3-meter cable for connection to the LDF100C module.

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Established, reliable method

Blood perfusion monitoring via LDF is the accepted standard to assess the competence of regional blood supply

Combine LDF data with other physiological parameters

For a detailed physiological analysis, add temperature, blood pressure, ECG & full range of life science signals

LDF Probes for Laser Dopler Flowmetry
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TSD140: This robust and easy to handle probe is ideal for taking measurements of cutaneous blood flow anywhere on the skin surface.

TSD142: This probe was specially developed for measuring microvascular skin blood flow in the digits; the curved geometry of these probes makes them ideal for studying conditions such as Raynaud’s disease.

TSD143: This suturable probe is particularly suitable for small animal work including various post-operative monitoring applications such as reconstructive surgery. A non-suturable version, TSD146, is also available.

TSD144: This needle probe is used when making microvascular blood flow measurements in relatively inaccessible areas with limited clearance. Typically, they are positioned using a micromanipulator clamp over soft tissues, such as brain and muscle.

TSD145: This micro-needle probe is designed for direct insertion and is frequently used for measuring either micro-vessel or microvascular blood flow within skin, muscle, tumor, and organ tissues. The fine diameters of these probes facilitate blood flow measurements from only a small number of capillaries.

All needle probes are autoclavable, and come with a 3-meter cable for connection to the LDF100C module.

TSD146: This miniature, lightweight surface probe is particularly useful for small animal work and general tissue surface monitoring

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