Features of bone sonometers
There are a number of different types of sonometer available, but they tend to work very similarly and have similar features. They are noninvasive and free of radiation. Many of them have built-in patient data management and can provide printed reports. The systems also tend to be smaller than many people think, and they do not take up more space than most desktop computers. They also happen to be very easy to use, and many include practice modes as well as training materials. Before using them with a patient, you need to make sure you know how to use this type of machine properly though.
If you are in the market for a bone sonometer rental, you will want to check out the features available with each of the devices you are considering. You also need to check the size and see whether it is portable or not. In some cases, you may only need to keep it in a single room, so portability might not matter. However, some clinics will want a device that is smaller and easier for the users to take around with them from room to room.
How bone sonometers work
All of the sonometers, whether they are the traditional sort or the new ultrasound models, use the same principles for measuring the bone density. They will measure the frequency and oscillation of the bone. The newer models are able to measure density at multiple sites on the body.
Bone Sonometer Manufacturers
Some of the popular options for bone sonometers are from Sunlight Omnisense, Sahara, UBIS, and Hologic. There are other manufacturers making these types of bone sonometers as well.