ManoScan™ ESO high resolution manometry catheters allow you to obtain a complete physiological map from the pharynx to the stomach.1 The catheters create a pressure image using 36 channels and 432 points of measurement.
Intuitive interface makes it easy to acquire pressure and impedance data points by matching the line trace data to an anatomical display for esophageal, anorectal and antroduodenal manometry.
Easy-to-use software provides semi-automated analysis, reducing your need to perform manual steps when studying manometry results.
The ManoScan™ ESO high resolution manometry module enables seamless acquisition and recording of manometry studies.
This single-use, hygienic catheter protector cover is intended to prevent gross contamination and reduce cleaning and disinfecting efforts. The sheaths serve as a disposable protective outer cover that is removed and discarded immediately after the procedure.
The ManoScan™ ESO high resolution manometry system enables full evaluation of the motor functions of the esophagus.1 The system allows for enhanced sensitivity2 that provides useful information to support diagnosis of conditions like dysphagia, achalasia, and hiatal hernia.2, ([FOOTNOTE=Pandolfino JE, Kahrilas PJ. AGA medical position statement. Clinical use of esophageal manometry. Gastroenterology. 2005;128:207-208.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) , ([FOOTNOTE=Kohn, et al. Guidelines for the management of hiatal hernia. 2013. http://www.sages.org Page 6.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
High resolution manometry provides a number of advantages over conventional manometry, including: