Ultrasound Transducer Holders for Vascular Assessments during Hyperemic Blood Flow

An ultrasound transducer probe holder device comprising a support piece; a base connected to the support piece; a cylindrical orifice within the support piece; a housing extending from the orifice and defining a cavity; a sleeve for insertion within the orifice; and an adjustment screw fitted in the housing for contact with the sleeve. The device supports and maintains the position of an ultrasound transducer probe to provide for a hands-free application of the device during different modalities of exercise required to instigate hyperemic conditions while providing x, y, z, positional adjustments of the probe relative to the patient. Chao Zhang czhang3@utep.edu 915-747-6717

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