Hand-held biofeedback perineometer used for assessing the strength of the pelvic floor muscles.


- Overview

The Peritron™ is a hand-held clinical biofeedback perineometer used for assessing the strength of the pelvic floor muscles. The device helps teach patients how to effectively perform pelvic floor exercises (kegels). Pelvic floor contraction causes air pressure in the sensor to be transferred through the connecting tube and displayed on the readout unit.

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+ Benefits

  • Safely and accurately assess the strength of each pelvic contraction (kegel).
  • Large display for easy viewing.
  • Measuring pressure to 0.1cm water.
  • Both audio and visual feedback.
  • Each probe is precision molded medical-grade silicone rubber sheath.
  • Auto-zero function provides zero-based readings.
  • Easily recalls the most recent, peak and average readings, duration, gradient and area under curve.
  • Auto-off feature
  • Linear and logarithmic biofeedback.

+ Specifications

Procedure Type: Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation

Operating Range: 0-300 cm water

Display Resolution: 0.1 cm water pressure

Battery Capacity: No Audio – Up to 40 hours/ Audio – Up to 10 hours

+ Clinical Information

LABORIE offers complete solutions for pelvic floor retraining. Our diagnostic equipment can be found in small hospitals, private clinics, leading university hospitals and research centers. The ease of use and the modularity of our equipment is appreciated by customers worldwide.


The pelvic floor muscles play an important role in maintaining continence. In the management of urinary incontinence, Biofeedback can be used for training the patient’s pelvic floor muscles. It has been approved and widely accepted that kegel exercises at home help patients strengthen levator muscles and improve the control over urination.

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 pelvic floor clinic.

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