Diagnostic Ultrasound, Inc. shipping BladderManager portable bladder volume measurement device.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryDIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND, INC. BEGINS SHIPPING BLADDERMANAGER 5000 bladder-volume scanner following FDA clearance on May 29. Designed for people with various types of bladder dysfunction, the portable device uses ultrasound technology to quickly measure bladder volume and inform the individual as to when they need to urinate or be catheterized. BladderManager is expected to be used primarily by individuals with spinal cord injury, Multiple Sclerosis, or Spina Bifida.
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