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Digi-One™ Portable

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Rimed is proud to present its 7th generation TCD product the Digi-One™ the the most portable TCD to carry with you anywhere you go. The Digi-One™ can be connected to any Windows based PC.

Digi-One™ True light weight, most portable, digital transcranial Doppler (TCD) model, less than: 1 Kg!


Digi-One™ is offered in one main cinfigurations:

  • 1 Channel uni-lateral

Digi-One™ provides a complete diagnostic solution for the modern Neurosonology or Neurovascular laboratory.

Digi-One™ measures the blood flow velocity in the main arteries of the brain, non-invasively, facilitating the detection of stenosis and emboli flowing in the blood stream.

Digi-One™ Key Features & Benefits

  • Product is user-friendly, intuitive and simple to operate.
  • Offers an optional imaging probe for complete and accurate color-coded ultrasound scanning of the Carotid system.
  • Each 2 MHz probe can insonate the brain in 64 different depths/gates at the same time, displaying 8 different Doppler spectrum windows simultaneously.
  • Short examination time and increased probability to detect pathologies.
  • Includes an advanced 2-layer, user-configured reporting system:
    • Summary Screen enabling the immediate comparison between the right and the left sides of the brain.
    • Final Patient Report includes several segments and provides a detailed and customizable comprehensive "picture" for the referring physician.
  • A complete array of monitoring studies including Vasomotor Reactivity Test (VMR) and CO2 Reactivity Test. Studies can be saved and easily replayed on the Digi-Lite™ LCD display.
  • Dedicated and well established emboli detection software.
  • Can detect flow velocity at the contra- lateral side of the brain with its high Doppler sensitivity.
  • Fully portable and mobile machine enabling operation through the touch screen alone.
  • Offers a complete range of probes including 1 MHz, 2 MHz, 4 MHz, 8 MHz and 16 MHz probes, each with a separate connector.