Transcranial Doppler Solutions

Rimed Ltd.

Cerebrovascular Diagnosis & Monitoring

Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound Device

Rimed Ltd.

Cerebrovascular Diagnosis & Monitoring

What's New?

New! Digi-Lite™ 2.0
Next Gen Transcranial Doppler
Automatic tracing of Doppler signals

Rimed's Auto-Track™

Signal Tracking Software

A proprietary and revolutionary signal software, seeks, tracks and maintains signals on every main blood vessel at its highest energy level. Our LMY-3 headset remains stable while the software automatically adjusts and does the work for you.



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    News & Events

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    About Us

    Rimed was established in 1982 by Joseph Adlin. Since then, the company has been developing, manufacturing and exporting 7 generations of non-invasive transcranial Doppler systems.

    Rimed introduced into the market the first PC-based peripheral Vascular Doppler and was also the first to introduce the customizable “summary screen” concept which has since been adopted by other companies.

    The company now offers a new line of digital transcranial Dopplers with M-Mode as well as an integrated carotid imaging probe.