Portascan™+

Real-time ultrasound bladder scanning and image capture.

Portascan™+

- Overview

The Portascan™+ is an ultrasound bladder scanner with automatic volume measurement, a large real-time screen and patient database.

Simple point-and-freeze operation makes the Portascan+ the scanner of choice for the busy clinical environment. It calculates the bladder volume automatically from an ultrasound image while a built-in thermal printer provides a permanent hard copy printout of results for accurate record keeping and archiving.


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+ Benefits

Real-time Ultrasound Scanner for Accurate Bladder Scanning:

  • Simple, intuitive software with touch screen input.
  • Versatile dual frequency (3.5 – 5.0 MHz) abdominal probe for adults and children.
  • Large screen real-time 2D visualization enabling quick adjustments allowing you to save time without second-guessing.
  • Unrestricted mobility with a build-in thermal printer, 2 rechargeable batteries, and a large internal memory.
  • Automatic bladder outlines with bladder volume calculation for fast results and increased productivity.
  • No need to select male, female or female with hysterectomy while scanning with the Universal gender setting.
  • Supports export of results via USB stick and Bluetooth.
  • No calibration needed, saving time and cost.

+ Specifications

Procedure Type: Real-time ultrasound scanner
Monitor Size: 8.4 in
Printer: Thermal
Battery Capacity: At least 3 hours of continuous operation
PC Connectivity: Yes
Dimensions: 25 cm x 36 cm x 9 cm (9 in x 14 x 3.5 in) (D x W x H)
Weight: 3 kg (7 lbs.) with battery and probe

+ Clinical Information

Ultrasound

 

Ultrasound is a proven technology based on reflections of ultrasonic waves. Ultrasound is used to noninvasively visualize, monitor and perform measurements in the human body.

For bladder volume measurements, the bladder is differentiated from surrounding tissues by ultrasonic reflections. Its volume is then calculated based on bladder wall detection and a clinically tested algorithm.

Ultrasound bladder scanners are commonly used in the acute care, rehabilitation, long-term care environments, urology and gynecology. It is a noninvasive alternative to bladder palpation and intermittent catheterization used to assess (initial) bladder volume, urinary retention, and post-void residual volume.

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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