The ManoScan™ ESO high resolution manometry system enables full evaluation of the motor functions of the esophagus.1 The system provides useful information to support diagnosis of conditions like dysphagia, achalasia, and hiatal hernia.2,3,4 By quantifying the contractions of the esophagus and its sphincters, this procedure helps you get a more complete esophageal pressure profile of your patients.1,2,5
ManoScan™ acquisition software
ManoScan™ provides the capability of viewing data from all high-resolution sensor channels simultaneously as a contour map in real-time, or as line tracings selectable for any location along the sensors.
ManoView™ ESO analysis software
This software provides necessary tools for detailed analysis of pressure, impedance, and/or video data acquired during ManoScan™ procedures. The program is intended to provide stand-alone and enhanced funtionality relative to the analysis capability incorporated in the ManoScan™ ESO system software.
ManoScan™ hardware modules
The ManoScan™ HRM modules provide high-resolution and/or 3D (three dimensional) display of the pressure and impedance data.
ManoShield™ disposable catheter sheath
Latex-free, disposable, catheter protector cover
ManoScan™ ESO high resolution manometry catheters
ManoScan™ ESO high resolution manometry catheters allow you to obtain a high-resolution and three dimensional map of pressure levels within the GI tract.6 The catheters create a pressure image using 36 channels and 432 points of measurement.
Our comprehensive solutions can assist you in the assessment and treatment of esophageal patients.
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2. Bansal A, et al. Has high–resolution manometry changed the approach to esophageal motility disorders? Curr Opin Gastroenterol. 2010;26;344-351.
3. Pandolfino JE, Kahrilas PJ. AGA medical position statement. Clinical use of esophageal manometry. Gastroenterology. 2005;128:207-208.
4. Kohn, et al. Guidelines for the management of hiatal hernia. Surg. Endosc. 2013; 27:4409–4428 https://www.sages.org Page 6.View Abstract
5. Fox MR, Bredenoord AJ. Oesophageal high–resolution manometry: moving from research into clinical practice. Gut. 2008;57(3):405-423.
6. ManoScan™ user guide. DOC-2551-08. June 2021.