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Bladder Scanner - Mcube BioCon 900

The MCube BioCon-900 is a portable non-invasive wireless ultrasonic bladder scanner used for measuring bladder volume. The real time pre-scan function helps to locate the patient’s bladder prior to scanning and improves the accuracy of results. Easy-to-use colour TouchScreen determines bladder outline and volume for quick access and immediate printout of results via the internal printer, or use the included software to upload saved data to a computer for later review.




Nursing Homes







Light weight


Easy to use

Long lasting internal rechargeable battery

Colour TouchScreen

Non-Invasive Measurement

Real-Time Pre-Scan

Wireless charger & data transmission

Immediate printout results via internal printer

Option to upload data to a computer for later review

Save and Retrieve scanned information

PC-transferable for scanned information

Built-in Printer Screens

Evaluates urinary retention

Indicates bladder over-distension

Measures PVR (post-void residual)

Saves time (3 second scan)

Stores up to 700 scans


Scan Modes

B-Mode Scan

Scan Angle: 120°

Male, Female, Child


Standard Configuration

Main Unit with 3D probe




Calibration kit


Battery Pack



Display – 2.4″ TFT-LCD (WVGA), Format: 240 x RGB x 320 Stripe (Color TouchScreen) when tested on Mcube Tissue Equivalent bladder phantom.

Volume Range – 0~999ml, Accuracy: 15%,15ml (0-999ml

External Interface: IrDA (Infrared Data Association)

Patient ID Input: 1D/2D Barcode scan or image capture

User Interface: Icons and 5 buttons

Penetration depth 23cm (normal patient) 8cm (children)

External Interface USB 2.0 basic

Charges on docking station

Patient ID input 1D/2D Barcode scan or image capture



Rechargeable Li-ion battery,

Nominal voltage: 3.6V,

Nominal capacity: 5200mAh,

Charging time less than 6 hours,

Charged by the docking station,

Discharging: approximately 1500 scans [for a new battery module fully charged, tested on Mcube test conditions]



Minimizes Incontinence episodes

Reduces overall cost of care

Improves quality of patient care

Minimizes unnecessary catheter usage, therefore reducing incidence of urinary tract infection

Helps to manage post-operative urinary retention

Saves total expenses (cost of care) through increased efficiencies

Preserves patient dignity

Reduces patient’s pain and discomfort

Improves quality of life


TGA Registered: Yes (by Manufacturer)

12 months


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