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New & Used Urodynamic Measurement System

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Device: Urodynamic Measurement System
Manufacturer: Medamicus
Model: 4114UF Lumax Cystometry
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Urodynamic Measurement System
Manufacturer: Srs Medical
Model: EasyPro Urodynamic System
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Location: United States, Washington
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Device: Urodynamic Measurement System
Manufacturer: Medamicus
Model: 4114UF Lumax Cystometry
Location: United States, Minnesota
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Urodynamic Measurement System may also be referred to as :

Urodynamic Monitoring System | Modular Urodynamic Measurement System | Integrated Urodynamics Measurement System | Uroflowmetry | Uroflowmeter
 

Tips for buying Urodynamic Measurement System

  1. Facilities should select the unit's configuration based on user preference; some available options include trolley, cart, pole, and wall mounted, portable, or standalone.
  2. The uroflowmeter transducers can be a spinning disk, weight sensor, or turbine configuration.
  3. The unit should monitor a flow range of 0-50 ml/sec, a peak flow of 50 or 100 ml/sec, and a volume range of 0-2,000 ml.
  4. The uroflowmeter should have an auto record and auto zero. The output should be displayed on a monitor or printed out.
  5. The cystometer, measuring the pressure within the bladder, is either integral to the unit or a stand-alone monitor. It should monitor H2O; CO2 is optional. The unit should monitor a flow of 0-200 ml/min for H2O and 0-300 ml/min for CO2.
  6. The transducer can be calibrated by hardware, software, or by an automatic process. Output should be displayed on a monitor or printed out.
  7. The profilometer, measuring urethral pressure, should have withdrawal rates of 0.25-5 mm/sec with a range of 0-300 mm. Outputs should be displayed on a monitor or printed out.
  8. An electronic manometer, measuring intravesical and intra abdominal pressures, should monitor abdominal pressure with a rectal balloon and vesicle pressure monitored by a urethral or suprapubic catheter.
  9. It should have an auto zero with an H2O pressure range of 0-300 cm. Calibration for the transducer should be completed automatically, and the output should be displayed on a monitor or printed out.
  10. Before and during urination, the EMG amplifier should be capable of monitoring and amplifying sphincter and other muscle activity. It should have a sensitivity of 5 mV or 50 mV. The upper frequency limit should be at least 10 kHz with a lower limit of 10 Hz.
  11. Data processing and storage through data management system are not required but are preferred. Fluoro interface and video recorder are also optional.
  12. Some facilities may find that a simple system with an uroflowmeter and cystometer is sufficient; others will need additional channels for measuring collateral pressures and subtracted pressures.
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