Arjo provides advanced therapeutic solutions for managing patient outcomes. Their products include Vascular Therapy Systems, Therapeutic Support Systems, and more.
Arjo is the leading global provider of innovative and high quality vascular and obstetric Dopplers. The Huntleigh FD1 Plus Dopplex Doppler is a pocket-sized device which enables quick location of the fetal heart from early gestation to full term, even in obese patients. This Doppler is ideal for obstetricians, midwives, doctors, and other specialists who desire accurate results in a small and affordable device. Despite its small size, the Sonicaid One includes many features, including active noise reduction for clear fetal heart sounds, a waterproof transducer suitable for use in a water birthing environment, and advanced power management with an auto switch-off to conserve battery life. The FD1 is both easy to use and maintain, making it ideal for any practice.
MFI also carries products from Arjo's portfolio of vascular therapy products. The ArjoHuntleigh Flowtron Excel Pump is an intermittent pneumatic pump designed for use with calf and thigh length garments. It is a clinically proven, effective, non-invasive system designed to reduce the incidence of Deep Vein Thrombosis. If left untreated, Deep Vein Thrombosis can cause pulmonary embolism, a potentially deadly condition. The Flowtron is a quiet, vibration-free pump that treats the patient's DVT without causing discomfort or distress. It is an excellent therapeutic solution for treating severe arteriosclerosis and other ischaemic vascular diseases.
The Huntleigh Sonicaid BD4000XS Twins Fetal Monitor provides solutions for all areas of antepartum fetal monitoring. Using state of the art digital signal processing technology with enhanced FHR performance, this monitor provides the most cost effective and flexible solution for your fetal monitoring needs. Its compact size and styling belie its ruggedness and robust design. The BD4000XS is twin ready - it includes two ultrasound transducers to monitor the heart rates of two separate fetal patients at once.