The bladder management of paraplegic patients is an important part of daily care. Because the patient and nurse are not able to see the bladder volume, the patient's bladder is often overfilling, causing potential upper urinary tract deterioration, frequent catheterisation and an increased occurrence of infection of the iatrogenic urinary system. Frequently inserting a catheter can also increase the pain and psychological burden of the patient, as well as being more likely to damage the urinary tract. The 3D Ultrasound Bladder Scanner can help control these risks.
Medical service Urology
Surgical / Operation room
Recovery room / Emergency
Intensive care and extended care
Testing the urine volume can evaluate urinary retention, uracratia and other urinary system diseases
Evaluation of the therapeutic effect of certain drugs for urinary system disease by continuously measuring post-void residual volume
Controlling the Micturition time of patients by measuring post-void residual volume, avoiding the irrevocable damage of bladder function caused by long-term open catheterisation
Prevention of urinary infections caused by unnecessary catheterisation and reduction in patient pain
Increases the quality of patient care, reduces the frequency of catheterization, saving cost and time
Increases job satisfaction and reputation of staff / services
Protects the patient's dignity, reduces pain, improves their quality of life and reduces the overall cost of care.
5.7 inch color touch LCD, convenient for patient and user operation
Easily review 12 frames of scan slices
Built-in printer can print in real time
USB port supports magnanimous data storage and software updates
Dual power supply mode increases mobility
Built-in large capacity battery supports more than 8 hours of operation
2D pre-scan image can clearly show 2D structure of bladder and provide more efficient and accurate measurements
Built-in languages include English, French, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese.
Australian Medical Systems | Medical Imaging Systems
Australian Medical Systems have been serving the Australian medical industry since 2003. Our main focus is on X-Ray and Ultrasound products and a range of general medical equipment.
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