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Manometric Biofeedback Therapy for Pelvic Floor and Anorectal Disorders
Anorectal Manometry Test, Live Patient Demo & Training Edited
Qualifying Patients for Anorectal Manometry
Anatomy, Physiology and Evaluation of Anorectal Disorders
Anorectal Patterns, Norms and Case Studies
Treatment Options for Anorectal Disorders
Basic Management of Anorectal Disorders Edited (Full Video)
Medspira Catheter Training Video
Anorectal Manometry Patient Information
Anorectal manometry performed on the mcompass usually takes about 15 minutes to complete.
On a full charge the battery in the tablet will last about 8 hours.
The catheters for the mcompass are made of all non-latex materials.
Testing Device Reimbursements are covered under codes: 91122 Anorectal manometry. 91120 Rectal sensation, tone, and compliance test
Let your patient know the following:
Give yourself one or two Fleet® enemas 2 hours prior to your study. You can purchase the Fleet enema from a pharmacy or supermarket.
You should not eat anything during the two hours prior to the procedure. If you are diabetic, this may involve adjusting your diabetic medications.
You may take regular medications with small sips of water at least 2 hours prior to the study.
The mcompass has easy built-in WiFi for emailing of full digital encrypted results to appropriate specialists as needed.
The mcompass is a portable wireless system that only weighs 3 lbs, eliminating the need for a cart or dedicated room.
The high-performance, disposable catheters just need to be thrown out after they have been used. No cleaning or maintenance is required.
No specific amount – gauge on the patients fatigue rate. Minimum of 5-10.
Yes, the target pressures for the squeeze training is based on the squeeze trials for the manometry.
Small amounts 10 ml.
They squeeze when the fell the balloon inflations – same type of squeeze as practiced in the strength training.
Same type of squeeze as the strength training.
No system warning, just a recommendation to deflate the balloon to help decrease urge sensation. We really are trying to work with the “strong urge” sensation here and not the initial sensation.
Yes, but we also recommend removing 15 cc (see previous FAQ).
To help practice the behavioral aspects of trying to relax – one can do these with both.