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ok...give it your best shot :-)
That is the sound of the blood flow. The louder sound is the arterial (high pressure) blood flow and the widgi widgi is the low pressure (vein) flow
The Phew-whoosh is most likely turbulent flow and the PHEW PHEW is blood squeezing through a narrower area.
Some doppler systems actually show the blood flow in color so you can actually "see" the blood flowing that makes the different sounds.
He just seemed confused by the widgi widgi widgi..lol
I guess that is why he is the doppler tech and not the doctor :)
you do the sounds well, by the way ;)
Does this make sense to you?
haha...too true! so what's the difference between bi-phasic and tri-phasic waves?
It is just a way of describing the wave forms.....different patterns, nothing to worry about.
thanks for answering my weird questions! and the sound descriptions were the only way to describe :-)
You described it perfect -- made sense to me :o)
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