BVI 9600

January 30, 2018
BVI 9600 Bladder Scanner

BVI 9600 Bladder Scanner

BVI 9600

Ultrasounds are found amongst all medical disciplines. They work using sound waves to reflect an image showing soft tissues. The images will be displayed on the monitor. Ultrasounds are used to examine bodily organs including; liver, gallbladder, spleen, kidneys, thyroid, and pancreas. Ultrasounds are performed on people who complain of infection, pain, and swelling. Tumors, cell masses, and goiters can be determined from imaging. Biopsies use an ultrasound to guide the needle to the location of the tumor. The BVI 9600 is specifically a bladder scanner.

Bladder Scan BVI 9600

The BladderScan BVI 6900 Bladder Scanner is one of our top requested ultrasounds. This is one of the newest bladder scanners in the BVI line. People who experience incontinence, or pain in their pelvic region, will undergo an ultrasound. The BVI 9600 Ultrasound scans to see how full the bladder is of urine. The 9600 produces a 3-dimensional looking image. This allows for the viewer to imagine what the full effect would be, instead of a 2-dimensional silhouette.


The 9600 comes in two modes of scanning. AortaScan mode measures the diameter of the abdominal aorta. This helps physicians to note if there is an abdominal aneurysm present. BladderScan mode measures the amount of urine in the bladder. It helps assess urinary retention and postoperative urinary retention (POUR), evaluate many common urological conditions, prevent unnecessary catheterization, and helps reduce rates of catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI).


This Verathon BladderScan 9600 has many benefits. There is a distinct scan mode for men and women, onboard video, voice annotation, an option to upload data to an existing electronic health record, a printer, and it can be easily calibrated. The screen is in color with a liquid crystal display.

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used a Verathon BladderScan BVI 9600? What did you like about it? Are there any features you would change?


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