VTI Flexible Drop-In Doppler for Robotic-Assisted Surgery

Always available. Robotically controlled.

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A Flexible, Slim Profile

During robotic surgery, the console surgeon directly manipulates the VTI Flexible Drop-In Doppler via robotic arms. Because of its slim profile, it can share the operative port and be parked off to the side, out of field of vision, until the surgeon needs it. Unlike intraoperative ultrasound, the VTI Flexible Drop-In Doppler fits into small spaces and provides precise, pinpoint localization of the vasculature.

Surgical Specialties

  • Urological
  • Laparoscopic
  • General

Features and benefits

  • Safe, quick dissection of renal hilar vessels
  • Identification of accessory arteries that require clamping
  • Confirmation of adequate ischemia after clamping

Benefits During Partial Nephrectomy (using 8MHz)

  • Minimizes risk of significant bleeding1
  • Leads to a change in operative management and significantly reduces hilar dissection time2
  • Provides fast, efficient identification of the renal hilum without an added learning curve3

 

Available in these sizes:

 8MHz Ideal for:

  • Hilar dissection during partial nephrectomy
  • Confirming ischemia after clamping
  • Robotic-assisted procedures

20MHz For use during:

  • Open surgeries
  • Laparoscopic procedures
  • Robotic-assisted microvascular procedures