Verathon Bvi-9400 Portable 3d Ultrasound Bladder Scanner Volume Imaging Scan
VERATHON BVI-9400 PORTABLE ULTRASOUND BLADDER SCANNER. The Verathon Bladderscan BVI 9400 is a portable ultrasound that provides a noninvasive measurement of urinary bladder volume. Is integrated with patented NeuralHarmoics technology. The Bladderscan 9400 consists of an ultrasound probe that scans the patient's bladder, and a compact battery-operated console that provides an array of measurement-related information. Measures bladder volume noninvasively on a wide range of patients. Helps assess urinary retention and postoperative urinary retention (POUR). Helps evaluate many common urological concerns.
Helps reduce rates of catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI). Helps differentiate between types of incontinence to determine appropriate care.Improves efficiency of healthcare professionals by reducing costs and saving staff time. Distinct scan modes for men, women, and small children Small children - Height: up to 48 (1.2m); Weight: 15-60 lbs (7-27kg). Easy to use, learn, and teach. Onboard video tutorial (4 minutes) to assist in training staff. Precision aiming ability via console and probe.
It is the buyers responsibility to have the item professionally tested, calibrated or serviced before clinical use on humans or animals. Regardless of the origin of the equipment, documentation provided or identification appearing upon the equipment, the equipment described and offered here is in no way certified for, recommended for, or offered for any specific use. This product is in compliance with the essential requirements of Council Directive 93/42/EEC Medical Device Directive, as amended by Council Directive 2007/47/EC, class IIa. NOTE: The sale of this item may be subject to regulation by the U. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory agencies.
- Modified Item: No
- Custom Bundle: No
- Non-Domestic Product: No
- MPN: BladderScan Scanning Urinary Urology Probe Bard
- Brand: Verathon
- Intended Use/Discipline: Urology