Bladder Scanning - clinical evidence
Cardiogenics is committed to the sales and distribution of the very best products and services to Irish healthcare - with a focus on excellence in innovation, value and quality.
We strive to support these objectives with the very best available clinical evidence. This page outlines links to supporting studies and evidence for our Bladder Scanners and associated services.
Bladder management in acute care of stroke patients - a quality improvement project (J Neurosci Nurs. 1997 Jun;29(3):187-90)
Guidelines for the Prevention of Catheter- associated Urinary Tract Infection (Published on behalf of SARI by HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre 2011)
Evaluation of Voiding Dysfunction and Measurement of Bladder Volume (PMC - Rev Urol. 2004; 6(Suppl 1): S32–S37)
Preoperative ultrasound monitoring can reduce postoperative bladder distension/ A randomized study (Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology ∠ Volume 46, 2012 - Issue 2)
Risk factors of post‐operative urinary retention in hospitalised patients
Systematic bladder scanning identifies more women with postpartum urinary retention than diagnosis by clinical signs and symptoms
The Accuracy of Portable Ultrasound Scanning in the Measurement of Residual Urine Volume
The effect of the Bladder Scanner Policy on the number of urinary catheters inserted
The effectiveness of the ultrasound bladder scanner in reducing urinary tract infections/ a meta‐analysis
Management of urinary retention in pregnancy, post-partum and after gynaecological surgery