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Fig. 2 | Critical Ultrasound Journal

Fig. 2

From: Application of robotic transcranial Doppler for extended duration recording in moderate/severe traumatic brain injury: first experiences

Fig. 2

Delica EMS 9D TCD software interface. TCD transcranial Doppler. A Displays right middle cerebra artery real-time blood flow velocity waveform. B Displays sequential “look ahead” view of right middle cerebral artery, providing sequential real-time cerebral blood flow velocity waveforms at various depths of insonation (in this panel the presence/absence of flow velocity waveforms can be seen at depths of 45, 55, 65 and 75 mm in front of the probe face). C Search robotic signal acquisition function window, displaying the pattern at which the TCD probe is automatically moved. D Directional robotic signal acquisition function window, displaying the pattern which the TCD probe is moved, changing the angle of insonation. C and D, the various points of insonation are color coded to represent strength of signal, this can be appreciated via different shadings in this greyscale picture

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