The Prodigy Bladder Scanner’s self-aiming ability automatically detects and measures bladder without user manipulation. Every other scanner on the market today requires the user to manually aim the probe and none are self-aiming. Simply place in area of the bladder and scan!
Prodigy Bladder Scanner illumination
No setup required because the Prodigy Bladder Scanner auto-detects key patient information. Other scanners require the user to enter resident information such as male or female, adult or pediatric, female with or without uterus, etc.
Other bladder scanner cords yank, stretch, bend or snap. The Prodigy Bladder Scanner’s wireless probe is completely independent of the base station for easier disinfecting. Users can also leave the console outside the resident’s room and only take the probe into the room for scanning, making it less susceptible to cross-contamination.
Most competing scanners use a single transducer to measure the bladder, meaning the user has to either hold the probe very still or manually scan the bladder. With eight transducers in the Prodigy Bladder Scanner, the user does not need to hold the probe in a perfect position to get an accurate reading.
Other scanners typically require annual calibration or periodic system testing to ensure proper operation and prevent erroneous scans, which can be costly and lead to lost production. The Prodigy Bladder Scanner saves you both time and money by performing a series of self-tests and adjustments every time you use it.
The Prodigy Bladder Scanner comes with a standard 36-month limited warranty on the console and probe (including accidental probe drops).
Enjoy clean and simple data displays with the largest and most accurate reading always displayed on the left. Crosshair confirmation of accurate reading is displayed on the right.
A recent study* found the technology in the new Prodigy Bladder Scanner outperformed the leading national brand in so many ways.
due to improved accuracy and ease of use in addition to clinical benefits
Innovative technological features preferred compared to other models
More than half of caregivers prefer a device that eliminates the need to aim
prefer a wireless probe – the Prodigy Bladder Scanner can communicate more than 30 feet from the display
*Solano, Theresa. (2016) The Colorado Health Foundation funded grant. Prime Health pilot study.
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