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BT-400 Phototherapy

BT-400 Phototherapy


The BT-400 is the ultimate solution for jaundice treatment. The lightweight and compact model has a flexible neck for ease of use as well as a 20,000 hr operating time. The BT-400 covers a wide effective area (50x25cm) and comes with a two-year warranty.

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811.56

BT-700 LCD Patient Monitor

BT-700 LCD Patient Monitor


The BT-700 is suitable for adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. It has a bright and clear colour LCD screen with various display modes available (Graphic, Numeric, SpO2 / PR Trend). Up to 72 hours of data can be saved in the internal memory.

Further features include:
· Adjustable audible and visual alarms.
· Apply nurse call state.
· Removable and rechargeable NIMH battery.

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505.52

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Hi Bebe BT200 Sound Fetal Doppler

Hi Bebe BT200 Sound Fetal Doppler


The BT200 Audio Fetal Doppler has a high sensitivity probe enabling the baby's heartbeat to be easily located from as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy. The heartbeat is clearly audible through the built-in loudspeaker with volume control. The model is safe and easy to use.

Supplied with:
· 2 x 1.5V (AA) batteries.
· Ultrasound gel.
· Two-year warranty
· CE 0470

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71.45

Hi Bebe BT200 LCD Fetal Doppler

Hi Bebe BT200 LCD Fetal Doppler


This high quality ergonomically designed doppler is compact, lightweight, battery operated, safe and easy to use. The high sensitivity probe enables the baby's heartbeat to be easily located from as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy. The heartbeat is clearly audible through the built-in loudspeaker with volume control. The heart rate is also visible on the large display LCD screen which displays both rate and battery level. The earphone socket enables you to listen through headphones for privacy.

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Includes:
· Now with backlight
· Soft protective carry case
· Signal Quality Display
· 60g tube of ultrasound gel
· 2 x AA batteries
· Two-year warranty
· CE 0470
· FDA (USA) Approved

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74.95

Ultrasound Transmission Gel (250 ml)

Ultrasound Transmission Gel (250 ml)


The Anagel Ultrasound Transmission Gel is for diagnostic and therapeutic medical ultrasound. It is widely recommended by leading manufacturers of medical ultrasound equipment worldwide for all procedures where a viscous gel is required, including Ultrasonic diagnosis, Ultrasonic therapy, ECG, EEG, EMG, Defibrillation etc. The colourless gel is non-sensitising, non-irritating, and completely aqueous. It is acoustically correct for the broad range of frequencies used and will not stain clothing or damage transducers.

Approx weight: 250g

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3.06

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Shop |  Doppler Safety and Tips

Doppler Safety

Ultrasound has been used as a diagnostic tool in pregnancy for well over twenty five years. It has long been considered to be one of the safest tools available for obtaining information about the unborn baby. It has been estimated that there are at least five million in use every single day.

Global studies and tests conducted by government agencies, research institutes and manufacturers have not shown any adverse side effects of diagnostic ultrasound. In 2002 the British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS) issued a statement confirming that there has never been any evidence of harm resulting from the use of ultrasound in pregnancy.

Hi Bebe dopplers are compliant with the UK and EC Medical Safety Requirements (Medical Directive 93/94/EEC) and copies of the certificates are avalible on request.


Doppler Tips

· Use a generous amount of Ultrasound gel.

· Re-apply gel if you have been using the doppler for some time as it dries out relatively quickly.

· A full bladder often helps, especially in early pregnancy.

· Place the doppler probe low down on your abdomen - near your bikini line.

· Tilt the doppler probe downwards towards the pubic bone.

· Move the doppler probe VERY SLOWLY until you pick up the heartbeat.

· For best results keep the transducer handle as still as possible to maintain a steady signal It is common for the doppler to pick up the heartbeat in two different places - do not be alarmed, this is the same heartbeat. As your pregnancy progresses gradually place the probe higher up on your abdomen.

· The fetal heart sounds like the hoofbeats of a galloping horse. If you hear a whooshing sound this is the sound of the placenta.

· The fetal heart rate is usually between 140 and 160 beats per minute, approximately twice that of the mother's heart rate. But the heart rate varies depending upon the time of day and the amount of the baby's activity.

· You can usually hear the baby's heart beat from about twelve weeks, sometimes you can hear it as early as ten weeks.

· It can take a bit of practice before you can quickly locate the baby's heart beat. Even midwives sometimes find it difficult to locate the heart beat. If you are having difficulty in picking up the baby's heart beat, there could be a number of reasons for this: poor quality of signal due to the handle position, foetal position, maternal position or foetal or maternal movement. Too little gel or noise or other interference can also affect the monitor's ability to pick up the heartbeat.

· Remember that in the early stages of pregnancy the foetus is still quite small (approx 5cm at 12 weeks) and so locating the heartbeat is not always easy.

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