Journal of Medical Ultrasound

ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Year
: 2020  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 219--224

Compatibility and validation of a recent developed artificial blood through the vascular phantom using doppler ultrasound color- and motion-mode techniques


Marwan Alshiplil1, Mohannad Adel Sayah1, Ammar A Oglat2 
1 Department of Radiography, Princess Aisha Bint Al-Hussein College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Ma'an, Jordan
2 Department of Medical Imaging, Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, The Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan

Correspondence Address:
Dr. Marwan Alshiplil
Department of Radiography, Princess Aisha Bint Al-Hussein College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, P.O. Box 20, Ma'an
Jordan

Background: Doppler technique is a technology that can raise the predictive, diagnostic, and monitoring abilities in blood flow and suitable for researchers. The application depends on Doppler shift (shift frequencies), wherein the movement of red blood cells away from the probe is determined by the decrease or increase in the ultrasound (US) frequency. Methods: In this experiment, the clinical US (Hitachi Avious [HI] model) system was used as a primary instrument for data acquisition and test the compatibility, efficacy, and validation of artificial blood (blood-mimicking fluid [BMF]) by color- and motion-mode. This BMF was prepared for use in the Doppler flow phantom. Results: The motion of BMF through the vessel-mimicking material (VMM) was parallel and the flow was laminar and in the straight form (regular flow of BMF inside the VMM). Moreover, the scale of color velocity in the normal range at that flow rate was in the normal range. Conclusion: The new BMF that is being valid and effective in utilizing for US in vitro research applications. In addition, the clinical US ([HI] model) system can be used as a suitable instrument for data acquisition and test the compatibility, efficacy, and validation at in vitro applications (BMF, flow phantom components).


How to cite this article:
Alshiplil M, Sayah MA, Oglat AA. Compatibility and validation of a recent developed artificial blood through the vascular phantom using doppler ultrasound color- and motion-mode techniques.J Med Ultrasound 2020;28:219-224


How to cite this URL:
Alshiplil M, Sayah MA, Oglat AA. Compatibility and validation of a recent developed artificial blood through the vascular phantom using doppler ultrasound color- and motion-mode techniques. J Med Ultrasound [serial online] 2020 [cited 2021 Jan 23 ];28:219-224
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