*Noninvasively, quickly and accurately
*Easy for staff to use, no sonographer required
*Reduce the risk of infection, medical cost and the using of antibiotic
*Prevent unnecessary catheterization, improve patient’s life quality and staff’s satisfaction.
*Provide necessary proofs – accurate data to help the diagnosis of common urological conditions. Avoid unnecessary medical disputes
*Monitor the bladder to reduce the risk of bladder excessive expansion, VUR, hydronephrosis, urinary system infection and kidney failure
*Monitor the catheterization to reduce the risk of blind urethral catheterization.