The bladder management of paraplegic patients is an important part of daily care. Because the patient and nurse are not able to judge the bladder volume, the patient's bladder often overfills causing potential upper urinary tract deterioration, frequent catheterization and increased risk of infections of the iatrogenic urinary system. Frequent catheterisation can increase pain and the psychological burden on patients, as well as more easily damaging the urinary tract.
Medical service Urology
Surgical / Operation room
Recovery / Emergency room
Intensive care and extended care
Diagnose urinary retention and evaluate many common urological conditions
Prevent unnecessary catheterisation
Reduce rates of urinary tract infection
Monitor post-operative recovery
Help caregivers manage and treat incontinence
Reduce costs and save staff time
Increase the quality of patient care, reduce the frequency of catheterisation
Protect the patient's dignity, reduce patient pain and improve their quality of life.
3.5 inch colour LCD
Fast scan time <4 seconds
3 patient modes (Standard/Obesity/Children)
Real Time 3D Scanning
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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