20ml to 99 ml Measuring Accuracy: +/- 15ml 100ml to 999 ml Measuring Accuracy: +/- 15 %
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Yes,we're happy to provide technical support through our comprehensive operating manual and tutorial videos.
How much does Portable bladder scanner cost?
Portable bladder scanner prices vary from $2,000 to $10,000, depending on brand and features. BladGo offers competitive pricing, superior performance, and exceptional portability compared to others.
What is a bladder scanner?
A bladder scanner is an ultrasound device that uses ultrasound waves to display images of the bladder. Bladder scanners are typically used for 3D imaging. These ultrasound tests can assist in diagnosing common bladder symptoms, such as painful urination or incontinence.
What are the benefits of a bladder scanner?
A bladder scan is a preventative procedure that helps reduce the likelihood of needing a catheter later due to bladder complications or infection. It also helps to detect post-operative complications such as urinary retention or post-voiding residue (PVR).
Are there any risks or side effects associated with a bladder ultrasound?
There are no known risks or side effects associated with bladder ultrasound.
However, the bladder filling may be uncomfortable during the procedure, but the procedure is non-invasive, painless, and takes less than an hour.
What are the limitations of bladder scanning?
Bladder scanning is recommended for patients with acute or chronic urinary dysfunction. However, it should not be utilized under the following circumstances:
√ When the patient has an open skin wound or injury in the suprapubic region. √ During pregnancy. √ In the presence of flammable anesthetics.
These considerations are essential to ensure the safe and effective use of bladder scanning.
What should I be aware of when using this bladder scanner?
√ Ensure there is no air gap between the probe and the patient's skin during scanning, and apply appropriate pressure to maintain contact with the patient's skin.
√ Maintain the stability of the machine during scanning to avoid any shaking, which could result in measurement errors.
√ Keep the probe stationary while measuring to prevent displacement. Excessive probe position offset or angle inclination can lead to larger measurement errors.
√ Verify that there is no catheter in the patient's bladder, as the presence of a catheter can potentially affect the accuracy of bladder volume measurement.
When is it necessary to scan a patient's bladder?
Consider bladder scanning for patients with the following conditions: