Anorectal Manometry

Anorectal Manometry

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Medspira mCompass

mcompass Anorectal Manometry

Medspira has created the mcompass to bring anorectal manometry to places where in the past it had not been used due to cost, time constraints and space.

Features

A Revolutionary Step for Anorectal Manometry
Introducing a new concept in anorectal manometry, mcompass is the first ever portable, simple-to-use device that will integrate into the workflow of any practice and make testing a reality for a broad range of physicians.
Colorectal Surgeons
it can offer these exams more easily than before to optimize treatment planning and realize new revenues.
Gastroenterologists
it can also add a critical tool to their practice and treat patients more efficiently and effectively.
Primary Care Physicians
it can discuss incontinence problems and offer precise diagnosis to enhance treatment or refer patients appropriately.
Gerontologists
it can offer a full diagnostic screening to diagnose problems and provide precise treatment the first time.
URO/GYNs
it can more easily distinguish among specific anorectal problems.
OBGYNs
it can minimize risk due to undiscovered damage caused by a complicated vaginal delivery.

Instructions for use

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the procedure take?
Anorectal manometry performed on the mcompass usually takes about 15 minutes to complete.

How long does the battery last?
On a full charge the battery in the tablet will last about 8 hours.

Is the catheter made of latex?
The catheters for the mcompass are made of all non-latex materials.

What CPT codes are associated with anorectal manometry?
Testing Device Reimbursements are covered under codes: 91122 Anorectal manometry. 91120 Rectal sensation, tone, and compliance test

What do the patients need to do to prepare for the procedure?
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.

Does the mcompass have WiFi capabilities?
The mcompass has easy built-in WiFi for emailing of full digital encrypted results to appropriate specialists as needed.

Do we need a cart or dedicated room?
The mcompass is a portable wireless system that only weighs 3 lbs, eliminating the need for a cart or dedicated room.

What sort of maintenance is required for the catheters?
The high-performance, disposable catheters just need to be thrown out after they have been used. No cleaning or maintenance is required.

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