Digitrapper® pH-Z monitoring is a catheter-based test using a combination of pH and impedance sensors for the identification of reflux at multiple locations, including the esophagus and pharynx. Data collected differentiates acid and non-acid reflux in patients with an array of symptoms.
With these measurements, doctors can evaluate the number of reflux events, the acid content of each event and how long each event lasted. This helpful information can also help doctors diagnose gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and other disorders. This test may also determine if the cause of the symptoms may be extraesophageal in nature.
AccuView is the software used to review and analyze reflux test results. The latest version of the AccuView software is compatible with both Bravo pH and Digitrapper pH-Z monitoring systems, eliminating the need to learn and maintain separate systems maximizes efficiency and effectiveness.
AccuView is a user-friendly and convenient study administration software including all of the tools needed to analyze information obtained from an ambulatory reflux study. The software features expanded options for patient reports and the patient diary allows for quick and easy data entry of activities and symptoms.
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High Resolution Manometry Platform
The ManoScan™ High Resolution Manometry Platform provides a unique blend of accuracy, durability, and ease of use. Its proprietary tactile pressure-sensing technology yields unparalleled measurement precision with intuitive ManoView™ software offering diagnostic analysis ability. The ManoScan platform is a modular system designed to allow precise selection of diagnostic modalities and easy upgrades.
Esophageal manometry is a test used to assess pressure and motor function of the esophagus. With ManoScan ESO, physicians are able to evaluate how well the muscles in the esophagus work to transport liquids or food from the mouth into the stomach.
In addition, this test may be used in pre-operative evaluation in patients who are being considered for anti-reflux surgery or to ensure proper placement of pH probes for manometry tests.
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Anorectal manometry is a test used to evaluate the function and coordination of the anal sphincters and pelvic floor muscles. Using ManoScan AR, measurements of resting and squeeze pressures as well as the length of the anal canal are assessed.
ManoScan AR is a test used to assess pressure activity of the rectum and anal sphincters with a single placement of a catheter.
This test may also be used in pre-operative evaluations to assess sphincter function prior to rectal or anal surgery.
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Micro-thin disponsable design creates a protective barrier between the catheter or probe and the patient to enhance patient safety during HRM procedures .
Creates more efficient workflow and minimizes catheter deterioration by significantly reducing need for cleaning and disinfecting between procedures.
ManoShield sheath design for anorectal procedures incorporates rectal compliance ballon.