Bodystat Multiscan 5000
Bodystat Multiscan 5000 (la traduction suit)
The MultiScan 5000 is one of the world's leading Bioelectrical Impedance Spectroscopy (BIS) devices available to the medical and research professional.
Utilising Cole-Cole Modelling, the MultiScan 5000 instantly creates reports on hydration, over-hydration, physiology, body composition, cellular health, weight loss, health reports and much more.
Who can benefit from using the Multiscan 5000? (la traduction suit)
Diuretics, accurate fluid monitoring and the inevitable decrease of lean muscle mass are all concerns for patients, nurses and doctors alike.
Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis will meet all these needs non-invasively, giving accurate and reliable measurements for fluid, lean muscle mass, nutritional status and overall cellular health.
Bioelectrical Impedance Spectroscopy has been used successfully in dialysis wards to measure the volume of fluid over-hydration to help determine dry weight, as well as in IC wards to assess nutritional status, recovery rate and hydration levels.
In addition, the Multiscan 5000 may be used to detect malnutrition in patients with normal or high body fat. Body cell mass can easily be obscured by an expansion of extracellular fluid which will not be detected by looking at an overall increase in total body weight.
Multiscan 5000 Features
- Bioelectrical Impedance Spectroscopy (BIS), with Wifi interface for PC communication
- Volume of Fluid Overload (OHY) in liters
- Segmental measurements possible using the Prediction Marker
- Safe and non-invasive
- Built-in PC
- Colour Touch screen display
- Calibrator to check the calibration of the hardware
- MultiScan® BBIS Software
- Portable with rechargeable battery
Multiscan 5000 Benefits
- Monitor the Prediction MarkerTM during hospitalisation – without the need to weigh the patient and irrespective of gender, age, weight, population group
- Full body composition and hydration analysis
- Track potential risk of lymphoedema in post operative patients
- Monitor Fat-Free Mass (lean mass), rather than Total Body Weight to determine the patient's response to nutritional supplements
- Determine if weight gain is due to increase in lean/fat mass or fluid retention
- Monitor cellular health
- Tests can be performed conveniently at the bedside, versus other more cumbersome and expensive methods