BCC300 Bubble Detector

An essential piece of monitoring equipment for every unit performing bypass heart surgery.

The Gampt BCC300 Bubble Detector is a precise measuring system for the non-invasive monitoring of microbubble activity during extra-corporeal circulation.

An essential piece of monitoring equipment for every unit performing bypass heart surgery.
The large, touch operated colour screen shows a real time graphical display and audible indication of the quantity & size of detected air embolism from each probe, while storing all the information collated, making it easily accessed after for analysis and to supplement case reports.

Features include:

  •  The non-invasive probes are initially available in 3/8″.
  • Monitor 3 separate channels simultaneously.
  • Accurately monitor flows between 0.2 lpm – 10 lpm.
  • Embolism detection range of between 5µ – 500 µ.
  • Easily integrated into a heart & lung machine or operated off a desktop.
An essential piece of monitoring equipment for every unit performing bypass heart surgery.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Why is gas bubble monitoring important?
“Transcranial detected bubbles are related to the microbubble concentration in the ECC”.

[BORGER M.A. et.al. ; J. Thorac. Cardiovasc. Surg. 2001; 4:743-49]

How does the monitoring work during perfusion?
The system has up to three sensors for simultaneous monitoring of single components.
What can be measured?
Gas bubbles in number, size and volume with high sensitivity during the complete operation.