Flowmaster PC based, wireless Uroflowmeter by Laborie

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Flowmaster PC based, wireless Uroflowmeter by Laborie

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Flowmaster PC based, wireless flowmeter by Laborie
PC based, wireless flowmeter designed for quick, easy and convenient uroflowmetry.
Flowmaster is a computer based wireless flowmeter designed for practical, everyday flow studies.
Using Bluetooth technology, Flowmaster has a wireless connection between the battery operated flow transducer and PC or laptop, eliminating all cables and power plugs. The flow transducer can be placed in another room or bathroom for optimal patient privacy.

Uroflowmetry is a diagnostic screening procedure that measures the volume of urine released from the body, the speed with which it is released, and how long the release takes.

Uroflowmetry is performed by urinating into a special urinal, toilet, or disposable device that has a measuring device built in. When the patient finishes, the machine will make a report for the healthcare provider.

The test involves normal urination, so the patient should not experience any discomfort. This test is useful in evaluating the function of the urinary tract.

Laborie is passionate about bringing freedom and dignity to patients through innovation in diagnostic and treatment options. Laborie works 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.

Dimensions:

Sensor- 5.3 cm x 15 cm x 17 cm (2 in x 5.9 in x 6.6 in)

Stand- 54.5 (71) cm x 36.5 cm x 36 cm (21.4 {27.9} in x 14.3 in x 14.1 in)

Weight:Sensor including battery- 0.6 kg (1.3 lb.)

Stand- 2.5 kg

Connectivity: Bluetooth®

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