Measures bladder volume in adults and small children; features large color LCD screen and NeuralHarmonics® technology
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Know the Math Before You Cath
How MUCH are UTIs costing your facility?
BladderScan exams can be conducted easily in only a few minutes by your staff. The CPT/HCPCS code for:
For the Urologist
Primary Care (Internal Medicine/Family Practice)
BladderScan instruments provide information to more easily evaluate urological conditions and prescribe appropriate treatment sooner, often during the same office visit.
In the acute care setting, BladderScan instruments assist in diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of postoperative urinary retention (POUR) and help prevent catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs).
For Healthcare Providers:
When utilized as part of a comprehensive incontinence management program,
*If you scan a patient with a catheter in his/her bladder, the catheter may affect measurement accuracy. However, the information obtained from the measurement could still be clinically useful for detecting problems such as a blocked catheter.
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BladderScan BVI 3000
BladderScan BVI 3000 Product Brochure
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BladderScan BVI 3000 User's Manual
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BladderScan BVI 3000 Bladder Volume Quick Reference Card
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Urology for Primary Care Manual
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Urological Health in the Acute Care Setting Manual
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Program of Excellence in Extended Care Manual
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BladderScan BVI 3000 Video Tutorial
Time:3 min 05sec