In addition to integrating digital I/Q demodulation on-chip, the AFE5809 also integrates a continuous wave Doppler (CWD) processor for blood flow velocity measurement on-chip, reducing the bill of materials (BOM) in medical ultrasound equipment.
What does CWD stand for?
CWD stands for Continuous Wave Doppler
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The ABI is measured with a handheld continuous wave Doppler ultrasound device and a blood pressure cuff.
Continuous wave Doppler sonography and pulsed wave Doppler sonography are commonly used.
Recent research concerning the use of a continuous wave Doppler velocimeter suggests this device may provide a more objective assessment of vertebral artery blood flow than the present provocative tests.
The unit comes with either a bidirectional 4-MHz or 8-MHz frequency continuous wave Doppler transducer.
SonoSite announced the addition of two new cardiology transducers to the MicroMaxx system -- the P10/8-4 for pediatric cardiology imaging and the D2/2MHz CW Pedof for non-imaging, continuous wave Doppler to provide improved access to obtain peak velocities within the heart.
The new C10-3 curved-array transducer offers Continuous Wave Doppler (CW) imaging designed for evaluating high velocity blood flow of cardiovascular anomalies.
In the field of continuous wave Doppler ultrasound, the source and receiver are stationary.