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ProductsBladderScan® BVI 6100
Company Verathon
Item BladderScan® BVI 6100
Features 
  • Prevents unnecessary catheterization
  • Reduces incidence of urinary tract infection
  • Helps caregivers assess and restore bladder function
  • Noninvasive
  • Easy to use
  • Saves staff time
  • Cost-effective
  • Eliminates unnecessary trauma to patients
Description The BladderScan® BVI 6100 is a handheld, noninvasive ultrasound instrument that measures bladder volume. It is easy to operate, so any staff member can scan patients quickly and accurately. To view ultrasound images from exams and print BVI 6100 exam results for patient records and reimbursement, just log on to ScanPoint®, Diagnostic Ultrasound's innovative online service. The BVI 6100 makes it easier to provide the best care for your patients.
Info Verathon
Customer Service: (800) 331-2313
Web site: http://www.verathon.com/index.htm

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