|Medical Measurement Systems (MMS) is one of the world's leading companies in the development and distribution of medical diagnostic systems for urodynamics, gastroenterology and neurology.
In the urodynamic field, MMS is marketing a complete line of diagnostic equipment, from easy to use wireless uroflowmeters and true ambulatory urodynamics devices to advanced multi-channel video-urodynamic systems. The equipment is used to diagnose bladder dysfunctions, micturition disorders, urinary and fecal incontinence as well as prostate problems.
In the gastroenterology field, MMS offers a complete line of ambulatory Impedance-pH recorders and stationary motility equipment, including High Resolution (Impedance) Manometry solutions (HRM). Dedicated MMS software provides fully automated analysis of esophageal pH, Impedance (GERD) and pressures recorded during 24-hours studies. MMS' GI equipment is used to measure and diagnose non-cardiac chest pain, swallow disorders, reflux, EGG and motor abnormalities for the oesophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon and anorectal canal.
MMS products have been on the market since 1988 and since then the company has grown fast. The company philosophy is that engineers and sales & marketing people have daily contact with practicing physicians and nurses all over the world. This enables MMS to develop, modify and customize diagnostic systems that exactly meet the needs of today's healthcare professionals and gives our company an outstanding reputation.
The corporate office of MMS is located in Enschede, a major industrial city in The Netherlands. From here all products are designed and tested to comply with European and American medical safety regulations, as well as international quality standards. MMS has her own branch offices in the USA and Germany. Global distribution takes place through a world-wide network of highly qualified distributors, who are selling and servicing MMS-systems to university, public and private hospitals in more than 80 countries.
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