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The accessibility of Technical Support is a vital but often an overlooked aspect when considering the purchase of a new system. Today, every medical practice is dependent on technology. The Technical Support Specialist should be friendly, knowledgeable, accessible, and able to diagnose software or hardware issues as they arise. It’s important to inquire what level of Technical Support is included with your purchase.


Medical devices
require technical support for several reasons:

  • Assistance with setting up a new system
  • Regular maintenance
  • IT related questions
  • Quick resolution of issues, ensuring uninterrupted patient care
  • New user education for improved productivity and maximum efficiency
  • Assistance with necessary software and firmware updates

The Prometheus Group® prides itself on delivering unparalleled technical support.  Our team is here to make sure you get the most from your investment.  From ongoing assistance for the life of the system with no hidden fees, speaking with live representatives and limited on hold times, to remote capabilities, as well as a dedicated after- hours support line allowing you to focus on what matters most….your patients!


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Customer Service

(800) 442-2325
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Mon – Fri: 9 AM – 5 PM (EST)
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Technical Support

(800) 272-8492
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After Hours Phone Support:

Mon – Fri: 5 PM – 8 PM (EST)
(603) 343-8000

 


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Data integration has become a cornerstone in modern business operations, especially in industries where data plays a crucial role, such as healthcare.

The Advanced Technology of Data Integration Offers Several Benefits, Including:

  • Enhanced data quality.
  • Cost-Effective: Automation reduces labor expenses.
  • Better decision-making and collaboration.
  • Improved efficiency. Significantly minimizes data entry, reduces errors, and saves time.
  • Higher quality customer experiences.
  • Increased revenue streams.
  • Greater data accessibility. Use any workstation in the client network to access information.
  • Stronger data security.

The Prometheus Group® offers Data Integration Software options to include both Uni and Bi-Directional Connectivity.  This solution provides the ability to interface directly to your EMR/PACS system (HL-7, FHIR, & DICOM Compatible). 

Contact us today to learn more about Data Integration options offered by The Prometheus Group®.

 


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The healthcare industry is constantly evolving. Barcodes have been implemented in patient care as well as equipment management.

Whatever Urodynamics manufacturer you choose, consider the barriers to purchasing a system, which requires inventory scanning.

Benefits of selecting a system without consumable barcodes:

  • Save time and frustration not having to scan barcoded supplies
  • Alleviate stress over a programmed time limit set to perform a study once a consumable is scanned
  • Avoid study interruptions due to limited allowance of scanned inventory bypasses
  • Provides consumers with the opportunity to shop around rather than being forced to pay higher prices for consumables

MORPHEUS® Urodynamics Systems, proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. by The Prometheus Group®, provide the flexibility and peace of mind to utilize consumables of your choice.

The choice is yours, Experience the Difference, and become part of The Prometheus Group® family.


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So, you’re in the market for a Urodynamics System. With more options out there, you now have a choice. Here are some key points to consider during the buying process:

  • It’s important to find out if you are dealing with a distributor. If so, ask where their system is manufactured
  • Are you provided with on-site installation and training at no additional cost?
  • How experienced is the sales team? Are they familiar with Urodynamics? A knowledgeable sales team can provide valuable insight and guidance tailored to your practice’s needs
  • Inquire about the level of technical support included with the system. Are they difficult to reach?
  • Do you have to log in to a portal for assistance? Accessibility to support staff is a crucial factor to consider
  • Ask if you must scan consumables before using the system. This may limit your options and increase operational costs
  • And finally, does the source provide data integration capabilities? This technology minimizes data entry,
    reduces errors, and saves time, enhancing efficiency and productivity within your practice

 

  1. Competitive Pricing
  2. Equipment Built to Last
  3. Technical Support for the Life of the System
  4. Data Integration Options
  5. Extended Warranties
  6. On-Site Training
  7. Expandable Architecture
  8. Industry Trusted Leader
  9. Flexible Use of Water-Filled or Air-Charged Catheters
  10. No Need to Scan Consumables
  11. Made in the U.S.A.

By considering these factors, you can ensure that you select a Urodynamics System that meets
your practice’s requirements and deliver optimal performance and value.

 



Interpretation of Urodynamics consists of the 3 C’s and 2 S’s. The 3 C refers to the sphincter’s Capacity, Compliance, and Competence. The 2 S’s refer to Sensation and Stability.

Bladder capacity is studied to determine the amount of fluid the bladder holds. Compliance is the ability of the bladder wall to distend. The relationship between change in the bladder volume and change in the detrusor pressure is measured. The EFP or (End Filling Pressure) should be below 15cnH20. The EFP (End Filling Pressure) of 40cmH20 or greater may lead to high risk to the upper tract. The competence of the sphincter is the ability of the external striated muscle to hold urine and to relax and release urine. This can be evaluated by using VLPP (Valsalva Leak Point Pressure). The VLPP is automatically marked and calculated with a simple keystroke.

Sensations of the patient are recorded during the filling phase. Volume, pressures, and psychosocial environment affect a patient’s feelings. According to ICS, Morpheus® has conveniently placed study markers to indicate these sensations.

Stability refers to the detrusor function during filling. Normal detrusor function allows bladder filling with little or no change in pressure. Detrusor overactivity is a urodynamic observation characterized by involuntary detrusor contractions during the filling phase, which may be spontaneous or provoked. Convenient study markers are easily placed during the study with a click of a button or tap of the touch screen.



A video urodynamic test is a diagnostic procedure that combines cystometry and fluoroscopy to evaluate the bladder and urinary tract function during urination. It is typically performed to diagnose urinary incontinence, urinary retention, and other disorders.

During a video urodynamic test, a catheter is inserted into the bladder through the urethra to measure bladder pressure and urine flow rate. Another catheter is placed in the rectum to measure intra-abdominal pressure. The patient is then positioned under a fluoroscopy machine, which uses X-rays to produce real-time images of the urinary tract as the patient urinates. The procedure may also include a pelvic ultrasound to evaluate the structures of the pelvic area.

The video urodynamic test provides detailed information about bladder and urethral function, including bladder capacity, sensation, and obstructions or abnormalities. It can also identify the type of urinary incontinence and help determine the most appropriate treatment.

The test is usually performed in a hospital or clinic setting and can take approximately 30 to 60 minutes to complete. It is generally considered a safe and minimally invasive procedure, although some patients may experience mild discomfort during catheter insertion or urination.



Urodynamics is the study of the function and dysfunction of the lower urinary tract, which includes the bladder, urethra, and the muscles and nerves involved in urine storage and release. It involves a series of tests that measure the efficiency of the bladder and urethra in storing and expelling urine. These tests help medical professionals diagnose urinary incontinence, voiding difficulties, and other lower urinary tract problems.

Urodynamic tests may include:

  1. Uroflowmetry: This non-invasive test measures the flow rate and urine pattern during urination.
  2. Cystometry: This test measures the pressure inside the bladder as it fills and how well it can hold urine.
  3. Pressure Flow Study: This test measures the pressure in the bladder and urine flow rate while the patient urinates.
  4. Electromyography: This test records the electrical activity of the muscles and nerves controlling the bladder and urethra.
  5. Video Urodynamic Tests involve X-ray or ultrasound imaging to visualize the bladder and urethra during filling and emptying.

Urodynamic testing can help determine the cause of urinary problems and guide the appropriate treatment plan for patients.


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MORPHEUS®

Advanced Urodynamics


Morpheus® Advanced system provides a comprehensive array of urodynamic features, including a 27” curved monitor imaging display and an industrial-grade PC processing system.

Features:

  • Video-Ready
  • Upgraded Turbo-Speed Hardware System
  • HD Mirroring and Automatic High-Speed Digital Backup
  • Adult and Pediatric Calculated Nomograms
  • Qmax and Qavg Flow Comparison
  • Automatic Post Void Residual Calculations
  • Bladder Outlet Obstruction Calculations
  • Bladder Contractility Index Calculations
  • Urethral Pressure Profile Studies
  • Leak Point Pressure Studies
  • Customizable Application Protocols
  • Integrated Encrypted Database with Built-In EMR Capability
  • For Use with Water or Air-Charged Catheters

Morpheus® Advanced Urodynamics Provides:

  • Abdominal Pressure
  • Bladder Pressure
  • Urethral Pressure
  • External Pelvic Muscle sEMG
  • Accessory Muscle sEMG
  • Flow Rate
  • Flow Volume
  • Infusion Pump Volume
  • Calculated Pressure Channels: PDET (Detrusor Pressure Channel) and PCLOS (Closure Pressure Channel)

Optional:

  • HL-7, FHIR, and DICOM Data Interface Connectivity Software for EMR/PACS System
  • Work and Theoretical Pressure Statistics (Area Under the Curve)

Morpheus® Control Module (Part #MOR0118) is required


  • Expandable Architecture
  • What’s Included
  • Accessories & Consumables
  • Brochures & Resources
Expandable Architecture

Morpheus® Control Module (Part #MOR0118) is required for the following modalities:

Upgrade Option

  • Urodynamics Upgrade to Video Urodynamics (Part #CUROVUP)
What’s Included
  • Part #MORADV
  • Digitally Controlled Infusion Pump
  • Custom Designed Patient Cable with IV Pole Attachment
  • Wireless Uroflowmetry Load Cell with Battery Charger
  • USB Flash Drive Software Program
  • Morpheus® Advanced Urodynamics Operator’s Guide
  • Starter Accessory Package

Training & Support

  • Unlimited Hardware and Software Telephone Technical Support
  • One-day, On-site Clinical Training: Encompasses Clinical Equipment Operation, Equipment Settings, Interpretation, Protocols, and Mentoring with Staff Personnel
  • TeamViewer

Product Service & Warranty

  • One-Year Product and Service Warranty Included with Purchase
  • Extended Warranties Are Available
Accessories & Consumables
Brochures & Resources
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FLOW RATE

NOMOGRAMS

Flow Volume Nomogram

FLOW VOLUME

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