Perineometer

A Kegel perineometer or vaginal manometer is an instrument for measuring the strength of voluntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles. Arnold Kegel (1894–1981) was the gynecologist who invented the Kegel Perineometer (used for measuring vaginal air pressure) and Kegel exercises (squeezing of the muscles of the pelvic floor). This followed ...
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perineometer

<instrument> Instrument used to measure the strength of voluntary muscle contractions of the perineum. ... Origin: perineo-+ G. Metron, measure ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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perineometer

(per″ĭ-ne-om´ә-tәr) a device inserted into the vagina to measure the strength of muscular contractions when Kegel exercises are performed. It is also frequently used to monitor the patient's progress in bladder reeducation programs.
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perineometer

perineometer Instrument used to measure the strength of voluntary muscle contractions of the perineum.
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perineometer

Type: Term Pronunciation: per′i-nē-om′ĕ-tĕr Definitions: 1. Instrument used to measure the strength of voluntary muscle contractions of the perineum.
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