Laparoscopy is a low-risk surgical procedure used to examine the organs inside the abdomen without having to make large incisions in the skin.
The inability of surgeons to palpate abdominal organs explains the slow uptake of Laparoscopic surgery in the field of Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary (HPB) surgery (a liver, pancreas, and gallbladder surgery).
Laparoscopic ultrasonography (LUS) was later proposed to help eliminate this limitation. LUS is a safe surgical technique for evaluating the common bile duct (CBD) during laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
General surgeons and gynecologists will need Convex and Linear Color Doppler Wi-Fi Double Head Ultrasound Scanner CLCD for such a procedure.
Convex and Linear Color Doppler Wi-Fi Double Head Ultrasound Scanner CLCD is an ultrasound scanner that allows the user to visualize blood flow and assess it in the area of interest.
The CLCD is a two-sided device. The linear side of the Doppler allows you to evaluate the more superficial parts of the body while the convex part is used for in-depth examinations.
The Convex probe of this Ultrasound Scanner has a 3.5 to 5 MHz frequency which makes it capable to go deep from 90 to 305 mm to monitor, exam, and diagnose the internal organs of the body.
The probe is positioned and oriented by the aid of the visual view provided by the video laparoscope to avoid injuries and collision.
Convex and Linear Color Doppler Wi-Fi Double Head Ultrasound Scanner CLCD provides:
*Real-time imaging at a depth of 40-200mm.
*Avoidance of ionizing radiation.
*Rapid determination of fluid versus solid lesions.
*Extremely sharp images of solid organ structures determining the presence of small pathologic changes.
*Observation of blood flow to major organs such as heart, kidney, liver, pancreas, carotid, abdominal aorta, etc.
Convex and Linear Color Doppler Wi-Fi Double Head Ultrasound Scanner CLCD is iOS and Android compatible and its colored images can be transferred via Wi-Fi into your phone or tablet’s screen. In addition, it is easy to carry and to operate thanks to its small size and lightweight. This device is also wireless, so it cancels surgeons’ concern about the cable’s flexibility during sensitive procedures.