Provides highly accurate flow and volume measurement, assisting in diagnosis of incontinence symptoms and blockages
Transonic's Transit-time Ultrasound Flow Measurement (TTFM) is the gold standard for flow measurement. Using wide beam illumination, two transducers pass ultrasonic signals back and forth, alternately intersecting flowing liquid in upstream and downstream directions. The Flowmeter derives an accurate measure of the “transit time” it takes for the wave of ultrasound to travel from one transducer to the other. The difference between the upstream and downstream integrated transit times is a measure of volume flow rather than velocity. TTFM is repeatable and has an unmatched zero-flow stability, allowing for high accuracy at low flow rates.
Provides an accurate measure of solids/ proteins in urine and assists in assessing hydration
Transonic's Transit-Time Ultrasound (TTU) flow measurement can accurately measure flow in all fluids because measurements are not dependent on particulate matter in fluid. TTU measures volume flow unlike Doppler which measures only velocity. Wide beam ultrasonic illumination of transit-time ultrasound flowsensors measure the velocity of fluid across the entire vessel lumen to derive volume flow in mL/min or L/min. Transonic Flowsensors also feature unmatched zero-flow stability, allowing for accuracy at low flow (near zero) flow rates, as little as 0.5mL/min.