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