Perform effective short-term or ongoing patient monitoring with the help of our transcranial Doppler systems in South Carolina.

We aim to make patient care easy and simple and that is why all our equipment come with premium Doppler probes, unequaled networking capabilities with automatic DICOM worklist & storage, structured report, and HL7.

In addition, all these features can be enabled with just one simple plug-and-play operation making the TCD system a user-friendly device for hospital IT staff and EMR/PACS managers.

What is a Transcranial Doppler?

Transcranial doppler (TCD) has been referred to as the stethoscope for the brain. It is a painless, non-invasive technology that provides valuable data on the blood flow in the head. It can track instantaneous changes in brain blood flow, enabling the user to evaluate the impact of interventions like adjustments to neck positioning on brain blood flow.

How is a Transcranial Doppler Performed/Operated?

  • By using transcranial doppler (TCD) ultrasound, it is possible to assess the blood flow in the brain’s arteries in real time.
  • During the test, the patient will be conscious and resting on a bed.
  • The blood flow to the deep brain arteries is measured using a 2MHz frequency ultrasound probe that can receive a sound wave several inches inside the skull.
  • Sound waves travel through the tissues of your skull during a TCD and bounce off of the blood cells. This enables a radiologist to watch on a computer screen the velocity and flow of your blood.


TCD is used to detect a wide range of brain disorders. Some of the most common are as following:

  • Vertebrobasilar
  • Narrowing of the blood vessels, known as vasospasm.
  • Stroke or transient ischemic attack
  • Bleeding between the brain and the tissues that surround it.
  • Brain blood vessel ballooning (cerebral aneurysm)
  • Pressure changes within the skull (intracranial pressure)
  • Sickle cell anemia, for determining stroke risk

Dolphin TCD Equipment in South Carolina

The Dolphin is widely regarded as the market’s most trustworthy transcranial doppler with 6 hours of battery life to provide maximum usage. It is the best option for assessing cerebral blood flow in neurology, intensive care, and neurosurgery settings.

The two of its best models are:


The distribution of Dolphin TCD equipment is one of the core competencies of Image Monitoring USA. We are available for you in all areas of South Carolina.


  • Lexington County
  • Oconee County
  • Marion County
  • Union County
  • Greenville County


  • Charleston
  • Columbia
  • Mount Pleasant
  • Rock Hill
  • Greenville
  • Summerville
  • Goose Creek
  • Sumter
  • Florence

Why Image Monitoring USA?

Our goal is to serve neuro-ICU patients with better care and therefore we offer the best brain monitoring TCD equipments that are portable, user-friendly, and offer accurate diagnostic results enabling the paramedics to more thoroughly evaluate patients with serious neurological conditions and provide them with prompt and efficient care as needed.


This test requires no special preparation and you are not even required to wear a medical gown.

No, there are no risks associated with this procedure.

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