Verathon BladderScan BVI 3000 Bladder Scanner

November 13, 2018
BVI 3000

BVI 3000

Verathon BladderScan BVI 3000 Bladder Scanner

Bladder scanners are useful to urologists in that they measure the volume of liquid in the bladder. This is helpful in determining if there are any conditions associated with the bladder. This is one of our most requested products. The BVI 3000 is a reliable bladder scanner.

BladderScan 3000 Features

This BVI 3000 ultrasound has many technological features. These features include a liquid crystal display screen that shows bladder position, volume, and assists in placement of the probe. The display shows the bladder as a 2 cross sectional image. There is a printer for convenient results. This is a noninvasive measure of how full the bladder is. This can help asses urinary retention, reduce the rates of catheter related UTIs and incontinence.

BladderScan 3000 Specifications

This bladder scanner is one of our smaller products. It weighs a little more than five pounds and is easily portable between patient rooms. It can fit on a nearby table when not being used. It takes less than 5 seconds for the bladder to be scanned.

Requesting a BVI BladderScan

Please contact one of our sales representatives if you are interested in requesting this bladder scanner or any of our other capital equipment listings. Our sales representatives have experience outfitting hospitals, surgery centers, clinics and physician’s offices. You can either contact the regional sales directors by their number or email, or at 1-800-GET-SOMA, and [email protected].

Soma Medical Parts

Soma Technology, Inc. stocks parts for all machines that we sell. We have many parts available and in stock for bladder scanners. If you are interested in placing an order, that can be placed on our parts website. If you would like to place an order, you can either do so on the website, email [email protected], or call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.

Final Thoughts

We also carry other products in the BVI lines. These include the BVI 6100, 6400, and the 9400. Have you ever used any of these bladder scanners? Are there features on them that you enjoy using or some that you would change? Comment below!



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