The most advanced HRAM system on the market

The Solar GI HRAM is currently the most advanced HRAM system available. Latest developments such as the QuickView analysis program, 360 degrees HRAM, 3D Anorectal Pressure Topography and new catheter technology make Solar GI HRAM:

    • Extremely easy to use

    • Procedures more accurate and reliable

    • Data analysis better, simpler and quicker

    • Procedure costs lower





QuickView program for fast and easy analysis


360 degrees HRAM


In combination with a dedicated 3-D catheter, HRAM data can also be displayed in a 3-Dimensional plot, providing even more information. As a result sphincter damage or defects can easily be recognized in the tube view mode.

Solar GI HRAM Highlights

          • Measuring simultaneously up to 24 pressure channels

          • Single use and reusable catheter solutions (water perfused and solid state)

          • Variety of catheter diameters, to ensure accurate HRAM measurement for different patient groups

          • Intuitive MMS software with remote control leads to simple HRAM procedures

          • Full coverage of anal sphincter

          • Easy placement of catheter and simple correction of catheter movement

          • Event-based analysis software, where events can be Squeeze, RAIR etc.

          • QuickView program for fast and easy analysis

          • 360 degrees HRAM

          • 3D Anorectal Pressure Topography plots for a new perspective on the events

          • Synchronized video manometry optional (X-Ray, C-Arm, Ultrasound)

          • Expandable with HRM, HRIM, HRSM and HRCM

          • Flexible HRAM systems solutions for every budget

Investigations to be performed with HRAM:

          • Resting pressure

          • Squeeze pressure

          • Endurance squeeze

          • Push-defecation test

          • RAIR

          • Sensation-compliance

          • Cough

          • External stimulus using tooth-pick

          • Balloon expulsion

          • Defecography (=Anorectal manometry with X-ray)



Title:Classifying Esophageal Motility by Pressure Topography
Author(s):John E. Pandolfino, M.D., Sudip K. Ghosh, Ph.D., John Rice, M.D., John O. Clarke, M.D.,Monika A. Kwiatek, Ph.D., and Peter J. Kahrilas, M.D.
Ref:American Journal of Gastroenterology doi: 10.1111/j.1572-0241.2007.01532.x

Title:Identification of impaired oesophageal bolus transit and clearance by secondary peristalsis in patients with non-obstructive dysphagia
Author(s):C.L.Chen, M.M. Szczesniak & I.T.Cook
Ref:Neurogastroenterol Motil(2008'20,980-988)