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Verathon BladderScan BVI 3000

Verathon BladderScan BVI 3000

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The Verathon BladderScan BVI 3000 Bladder Scanner is a portable, 3D ultrasound instrument that quickly, accurately, and noninvasively measures urinary bladder volume and post-void residual (PVR). It is battery-operated, easy-to-use, and quickly provides accurate results. In less than 5 minutes, you can use the Verathon BVI 3000 to obtain a precise reading of a patient’s bladder volume. The BVI 3000 supplies information that caregivers need to diagnose, treat and manage urinary conditions.

This BladderScan has clinical applications in various disciplines, from private practice to acute and extended care. When you use the BladderScan, you can be confident that you’re providing your patients with the best care available.

The BVI 3000 calculates bladder volume using patented VMODE technology. Volume measurements made with VMODE ultrasound are more accurate than those from conventional 2-dimensional ultrasound, as they are based on a more complex, 3-dimensional image of the bladder.

VMODE ultrasound is easy to use and comfortable for the patient. When you press the scan button, within seconds, the VMODE technology measures ultrasonic reflections on multiple planes inside the body and produces a 3-dimensional image. Based on this image, the BVI 3000 calculates and displays the bladder volume, and displays multiple B-mode images.


  • LCD screen displays bladder position and volume; aiming icon assists in proper probe placement.
  • 3D display shows the bladder in 2 cross-sectional images to verify an accurate scan.
  • Easy-to-print exam results for patient records or reimbursement procedures.
  • Helps document cost savings and catheterizations-prevented based on user-determined statistical input.
  • Noninvasively measures bladder volume and post-void residual (PVR).
  • Helps assess urinary retention and postoperative urinary retention (POUR).
  • Helps prevent unnecessary catheterization and unnecessary trauma to patients.
  • Helps reduce rates of catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI).
  • Helps evaluate many common urological conditions:
  • Helps differentiate between types of incontinence.
  • Helps monitor intermittent catheterization.
  • Improves the efficiency of healthcare professionals by reducing costs and saving staff time.
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
  • Bladder outlet obstruction (BOO).
  • Overactive bladder (OAB).
  • Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS).



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