The Goby ARM is offered as an upgrade to any LABORIE urodynamics system or as a standalone device. With comprehensive software protocols and reports for fecal incontinence diagnostics, the ARM package allows clinicians to perform the latest in anorectal manometric assessments. The LABORIE ARM system has optional Bluetooth® communication with 4 – 8 pressures and 1 – 2 EMG channels, and the ability to add Pudendal Nerve and Anal Sphincter Ultrasound.
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Please contact your local LABORIE Sales Representative to learn more about the products available to you.
4 or 8 Pressure Channel Systems with 1-2 EMG Channels:
- Perform all ARM procedures.
Optional Wireless Pressure and EMG:
- No cable management issues.
i-LIST® EMR Connectivity:
- Integrate results with any EMR system.
EVOX Upgrade Option:
- Add Pudendal Nerve Terminal Motor Latency (PNTML) testing.
AquaVU 360° Upgrade Option:
- Add Anal Sphincter ultrasound.
Air, Water or Electronic Catheter Compatible:
- Choose the disposables that suit your needs.
Procedure Type: Anorectal Manometry including Stationary Pull-through, Continuous Pull-through, Sensations and RAIR
Compatibility: Air-charged, water-filled and electronic catheters
+ Clinical Information
Anorectal manometry is a diagnostic test performed to evaluate patients with symptoms such as constipation and fecal incontinence.
Measurements of resting pressures, pressures generated by the anal sphincters (IAS/EAS), along with recording the sensation volumes in the rectum, are useful in determining the cause of fecal incontinence when it is suspected that surgery or disease has injured the nerves or muscles in the anus, or when diabetes may have resulted in impaired sensation in the rectum.
LABORIE is passionate about bringing freedom and dignity to patients suffering from pelvic floor disorders through innovation in diagnostic and treatment options. We work with leading clinician-researchers and local universities to incorporate the most recent advancements and technical knowledge into our products while reflecting practical realities of the typical clinic.