Point of Care Unit (POC) for easy and rapid Patient Care

Compact. Easy for Daily Routine.

POC TCD system for Routine Diagnostics in versatile medical settings. Compact, portable and efficient with touchscreen. Individual and easily integrated into clinics, ORs, ICUs, and medical practices.

Benefits at glance

  • POC unit for routine diagnostics
  • Versatile application possibilities: examination rooms, patient beds, OR, ICU and outpatient
  • Digital DWL-Dopplertechnology
  • Best signal and image quality
  • Portable and space saving
  • Clearly structured touch user interface
  • Space-saving design with option for attachment to standard rail clamp or VESA-75 mount
  • Custom integration in hospitals, examination rooms, ORs, ICUs, and medical practices

The versatile clinical applications

Intracranial Atherosclerosis – Stroke / TIA / Dementia / Vertigo

  • Detection of vasospasm, stenosis, or occlusion
  • Evaluation of collateral circulation
  • Prediction and early assessment of stroke risk
  • Diagnosis of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke


  • Non-invasive ICP and CPP estimation
  • Autoregulation and cerebrovascular reactivity
  • Compliance and cerebrovascular dynamics
  • Detection of posttraumatic vasospasm
  • Evaluation of effect of endovascular treatment of vasospasm

SAH - Aneurysms and AVM (Arteriovenous Malformation)

  • Detection of vasospasm
  • Autoregulation and cerebrovascular reactivity
  • Non-invasive ICP evaluation
  • Evaluation of effect of endovascular treatment of vasospasm

Brain Tumors

  • Detection of vasospasm
  • Non-invasive ICP estimation

Brain Death

  • Diagnosis of brain death

Sickle Cell Anemia

  • Evaluation of stroke risk in children
  • Screening and follow up of treatment

Cerebral Nervous System Infection

  • Non-invasive ICP and cerebrovascular dynamic


  • Autoregulation
  • Non-invasive ICP and CPP


  • Assessing cerebral perfusion changes in septic patients as risk of sepsis-associated encephalopathy

Ref: J Neurosci Res2018 Apr;96(4):720-730.doi: 10.1002/jnr.24148. Epub 2017 Sep 7. Transcranial Doppler: a stethoscope for the brain-neurocritical care use Chiara Robba, Danilo Cardim, Mypinder Sekhon, Karol Budohoski, Marek Czosnyka

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