Three New Devices for Gastric Acidity Measurement

Three New Devices for Gastric Acidity Measurement
Three New Devices for Gastric Acidity Measurement

RightBio Metrics announced the availability of three new FDA CLIA Waived point-of-case diagnostic devices for safer nasogastric (NG) tube placement and gastric acidity measurement as an alternative to pH paper test strips.

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The RightSpot pH Indicator and RightSpot Infant pH Indicator are small, non-invasive devices to measure gastric acidity to avoid misplacement of NG feeding/suction tubes and percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tubes. The RightLevel pH Detector is designed to measure stomach pH levels in critically ill patients for proper medication dosage in the treatment of gastric ulcers and bleeding.

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