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Solar GI (HRM) – Oesophageal Manometry

Advanced high-resolution manometry system for modern manometry examinations

The Solar GI HRM system is a flexible HRM system, with various catheter options (solid state, water perfused and air-charged), for all your patient groups and for each budget. It can be expanded with HRIM, HRSM, HRCM, HRAM and now HRPM. The plug-and-play design, developed in close cooperation with leading university hospitals, provides incomparable flexibility in configuring a system to meet all of your specific diagnostic needs.

With the latest developments such as Chicago Classification 3.0, HRPM Protocol, QuickView analysis program, 3D Esophageal Pressure Topography (EPT) and state-of-the-art catheter technology, you can perform quick (10 minutes only), reliable and accurate procedures, do easy and quick data analysis and lower your procedure costs.

Solar-GI-HRM Software

The Solar GI HRM system simplifies clinical procedures and offers fast and accurate diagnostic reports. Up to 40 closely spaced pressures, capture the entire esophageal motor function from the pharynx to the stomach. Visual sphincter recognition makes accurate sphincter location so easy that specialised technical training is no longer required.

With Solar GI HRM, studies can be performed with either reusable or single-use catheters. This offers maximum flexibility in system configuration setup, clinical solution, investment and procedure costs.

Visual sphincter recognition makes accurate sphincter location so easy that specialised technical training is no longer required.

The NEW Solar GI

Brand-New Versatile Hardware

Solar GI’s intelligent hardware details make it easy and reliable to operate in your clinic or hospital. The Solar GI is available in solid state and water-perfused system configurations. With a host of verified disposable and reusable catheters, LABORIE has the right solution for you and your patient.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fresh Software Experience

Solar GI’s intelligent hardware details make it easy and reliable to operate in your clinic or hospital. The Solar GI is available in solid state and water-perfused system configurations. With a host of verified disposable and reusable catheters, LABORIE has the right solution for you and your patient.

Discover More in High-Resolution

Colours tell the story with high-resolution manometry. Visualising pressure levels using topographic contour plots, making it easy to position catheters and identify motility events.

NEW! High-Resolution Pharyngeal Manometry

High-Resolution manometry has traditionally been utilised in gastroenterology diagnostic clinical and research applications, and it is recently finding new and important applications in speech pathology and laryngology practices as a growing number of academic institutions are conducting research using HRM on OD. Incorporating HRM into their swallowing practice allows the ENTs and SLPs to evaluate patients to improve therapeutic interventions.

High-Resolution Pharyngeal Manometry International Working Group was formed in the effort to establish a consensus on methodology, protocol, and outcome metrics for high-resolution pharyngeal manometry (HRPM) with consideration of impedance as an adjunct modality. The Working Group recommended a protocol on performing HRPM and a core outcomes set of pressure and/or impedance-derived swallow metrics for HRPM.¹

HRPM Results in the LABORIE Software

  • Pharyngeal contractile integral (PHCI)
  • Velopharyngeal contractile integral (VCI)
  • Mesopharyngeal contractile integral (MCI)
  • Hypopharyngeal contractile integral (HCI)
  • UES maximum admittance (UES MAXAD)
  • UES relaxation time (UES RT)

HRM Combined with Impedance: HRIM

While HRM measures peristalsis, Impedance tracks the actual bolus movement, making it a very powerful combination as 51% of patients with Inefficient Esophageal Motility (IEM) have normal bolus transit2). Solar GI HRIM offers the new standard for total oesophageal function monitoring.

Flexible Clinical Solutions

Solar GI HRM procedures can be performed with solid state as well as water perfused catheters, with a variety of diameters and pressure channels.

For example: use a solid state catheter for oesophageal HRM studies in combination with (single use) water perfused catheters for HRAM. This makes the Solar GI HRM system the most flexible system on the market, offering clinical solutions for all patient groups.

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References
1. Taher I. Omari, et.al., High‑Resolution Pharyngeal Manometry and Impedance: Protocols and Metrics—Recommendations of a High‑Resolution Pharyngeal Manometry International Working Group, Dysphagia https://doi.org/10.1007/s00455-019-10023-y, published online 05 June 2019.

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