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Average Costs to Rent, Finance or Purchase a Bladder Scanner
Min Average Max
Daily Rental Rate $329 $329 $329
Weekly Rental Rate $439 $439 $439
Monthly Rental Rate $395 $641 $920
Purchase Price $2,495 $6,243 $10,000
60 Month Financing Rate $53 $145 $275
48 Month Financing Rate $63 $173 $331
36 Month Financing Rate $79 $218 $422
24 Month Financing Rate $113 $310 $603
*The prices on this table are only estimates, and are based on actual Bladder Scanner quotes submitted by KWIPPED Suppliers in the last 12 months. Actual Bladder Scanner prices vary greatly based on brand, model, condition (new or used), options, and packages.
Based on Actual KWIPPED Marketplace Supplier Quotes
  • On average, you can rent a Bladder Scanner for $329/day, $439/week, $641/month .
  • On average, you can purchase a Bladder Scanner for $6,243.
  • On average, you can finance a Bladder Scanner for $145/month on a 60-month lease.
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Bladder Scanner Description

You will find that the features of the machines do tend to be quite similar. They will have a readout and a wand used to take the measurements. When you are choosing a rental, always look at the features it offers to make sure it is right for your patients. For example, those who have pediatric patients will generally need to have a separate scanner that works on the smaller patients. Know exactly what you need to make sure you are renting right. 

Features of bladder scanners

With a quality bladder scanner, the doctors can more easily evaluate different types of urological problems and conditions, reduce the rate of UTI (urinary tract infection), and it can help to monitor postoperative recovery for patients. There are plenty of reasons to choose one of these devices.

How bladder scanners work

The scanner is essentially an ultrasound machine. The bladder scanner is about the size of a laptop computer, and it will typically be placed on a rolling stand that can be taking from one room to another. Scanners such as this are common in hospitals and clinics. However, they can be used for home health agencies, long-term care facilities, and other facilities.

The bladder scanner features a wand that will be able to scan the abdomen, find the bladder, and determine the amount of urine inside. It is important that whoever is using this machine knows and understands how to use it properly and how to determine just how much urine there is in the bladder.

About bladder scanners

A bladder scanner is a very important tool that is often used in hospitals and clinics today. The scanner is a specialized diagnostic tool that is used to determine how much urine is in the bladder. It is also often used to determine just how much urine is left in the bladder after a person has urinated. This provides the medical professionals with a lot of information regarding the patient, and knowing just how much urine is in the bladder could be very beneficial when it comes to determining whether a catheter is needed, for example.

Bladder Scanner Manufacturers

These scanners are very helpful in the medical field today, and there are a number of companies making them today. Some of the top manufacturers of bladder scanners include Verathon, Laborie, Medica, Medwatch, SRS Medical, SonoStar, and Caresono. These are just some of the options on the market.

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