Doppler Fluid

Model 769DF

CIRS Doppler Fluid, model 769DF, is a reliable, stable and non-hazardous fluid formulated to mimic the acoustic and physical properties of human blood. The fluid, when used in conjunction with ultrasound doppler flow phantoms and pumping systems, can be used to evaluate the system performance of a Doppler imaging system.

The 769DF formulation is based on published standards (see table 1 on data sheet). It is fully degassed prior to packaging to minimize noise from air bubbles. The fluid is tested for speed of sound, attenuation, density and viscosity using test equipment traceable to NIST.

  • Evaluates system performance of doppler imaging systems
  • Mimics acoustic and physical properties of blood
  • Used in conjunction with CIRS Doppler Flow phantoms
  • No refrigeration necessary

Data Sheet

Doppler Fluid: Data Sheet

Panicker, Mahesh Raveendranatha; 'A Nonlinear High-Resolution Beamforming for Plane Wave Ultrasound Flow Imaging'. arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.02688. 2021; View
Ramnarine KV, Nassiri DK, Hoskins PR, Lubbers J. Validation of a new blood-mimicking fluid for use in Doppler flow test objects.Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. 1998; 24(3):451-9.  View
Wang, Y., Z. Berwick, S. V. Peelukhana, et al. "Role of Pulse Pressure and Geometry of Primary Entry Tear in Acute Type B Dissection Propagation." Springer US, 2016. Web.  View
Kim, D., and SH Park. "A Microfluidics-based Pulpal Arteriole Blood Flow Phantom for Validation of Doppler Ultrasound Devices in Pulpal Blood Flow Velocity Measurement." Journal of Endodontics, 2016. Web.  View


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