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Instrumedica | Solar Uroflow
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Solar Uroflow

About This Project

Solar Uroflow Highlights

  • Extended patient database for secure storage of a large number of uroflow studies
  • Network capability
  • HIS/EMR link coupling possibilities
  • Can be combined with the Solar wireless EMG module and Scanmaster
  • Automatic artifact detection
  • Printing of full color reports with patient data, results, graphs, nomograms, comments and hospital logo
  • Available with a height adjustable uroflow stand and/or a choice of micturition chairs

Solar Uroflow is designed to become part of a network of multiple Solar Urodynamic and/or Solar Uroflow units. Data from all Solar units on the network are consolidated in one central database. This makes it possible to enter patient data, perform investigations and analyze results on different PCs in different locations.

Solar Uroflow can include wireless EMG, and also the Scanmaster, a USB ultrasound bladder scanner. This would provide a total uroflow solution with Post Void Residual (PVR) and bladder images integrated into a report.

The software includes an extended patient database to store and analyze a large number of uroflowmetry investigations. A Query Module can be added for interrogation of the database and export of data to statistical analysis software.

It is also possible for Solar Uroflow to be linked with the Hospital Information System (HIS) / Electronic Medical Record (EMR), for automatic patient data (demographics) import and/or export.

Using Bluetooth® technology, the Solar Uroflow has a wireless link between the battery operated flow transducer and the PC/laptop. No more need for cables! The flow transducer can be placed in another room or a toilet for optimal patient privacy.

For example:

  • Patient data entered at the reception desk.
  • An investigation performed using the computer in the investigation room.
  • Results analyzed and printed from the PC in the doctor’s or nurse’s office.