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Flexible Drop-In Doppler Probe

September 27, 2013 10:58 am | by VTI | Product Releases | Comments

VTI offers the new Flexible Drop-In Doppler probe for use in laparoscopic and robotic procedures for positive identification of vasculature.  During laparoscopic procedures the probe is manipulated by the surgeon using a standard grasper, while in robotic surgery, the console surgeon directly manipulates the VTI Flexible Drop-In Doppler via a robotic arm.

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Flexible Drop-In Doppler Probe

March 13, 2013 10:23 am | by VTI | Product Releases | Comments

VTI offers the new Flexible Drop-In Doppler probe for use in laparoscopic and robotic procedures for positive identification of vasculature.

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Flexible Drop-In Doppler Probe

January 11, 2013 9:32 am | by VTI | Vascular Technology | Product Releases | Comments

VTI offers the new Flexible Drop-In Doppler probe for use in laparoscopic and robotic procedures for positive identification of vasculature.  During laparoscopic procedures the probe is manipulated by the surgeon using a standard grasper, while in robotic surgery, the console surgeon directly manipulates the VTI Flexible Drop-In Doppler via a robotic arm.

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Vascular Technologies Discusses Its Disposible Doppler Probes

February 22, 2012 6:11 am | Vascular Technology | Product Releases | Comments

Surgical Products asked Vascular Technoloiges a few questions about its Disposible Doppler Probes 1. How was the idea for this product developed? What needs were you looking to meet with this product? Surgeons have long had the desire to use a Doppler system in the operating suite.

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Disposable Doppler Probes

February 15, 2012 6:16 am | Vascular Technology | Product Releases | Comments

VTI specializes in intraoperative Doppler systems that meet all unique surgical needs. The company's single-patient use probes are available for vascular, microvascular and laparoscopic procedures and eliminate the problem of missing or broken probes. VTI's new Drop-In probe for Robotic renal procedures minimizes risk of significant bleeding while significantly reducing hilar dissection time.

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Laparoscopic Doppler Systems

September 12, 2005 2:31 pm | Vascular Technology | Product Releases | Comments

The VTI Laparoscopic Doppler System is a blood flow detector that compensates for the loss of tactile sensation during laparoscopic procedures by eliminating misunderstandings related to surrounding vascular anatomy. The system's sterile probes fit through standard 5-mm ports, making it easy to use with no special training required.

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