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Fast. Gentle. Effective. Treat your patients to ExEm® Foam 

(air polymer-type A) intrauterine foam

ExEm® Foam is the only FDA-approved contrast agent used in ultrasound procedures to provide in-office tubal patency assessments for women with known or suspected infertility. It’s gentle,3 straightforward, and offers real time results — without requiring X-ray, the need for excessive iodine administration, or placing a cervical tenaculum and traction on the cervix, which some patients may find painful — making it an attractive option for the evaluation of your patients.

How ExEm® Foam works

10 steps for a more patient-friendly procedure

1
Prepare ExEm® Foam according to prescribing information and place side-opening speculum
2
Place catheter on syringe and insert a small amount of foam into the catheter to expel air. Place the catheter in the cervix.
3
Remove speculum and place TVUS transducer under the catheter
4
Infuse 1 ml foam; check access to uterine cavity
5
Confirm adequate placement of the catheter, then gently infuse 2-3ml to fill the tubes 
6
Start longitudinally, spot fundus; rotate to transverse plane
7
Spot intra mural of right tube; continue to distal
8
Look for flow > secondary: look for spillage of foam intra-abdominally
9
Repeat at left side (be prepared for a winding tube)
10
Focus on foam: zoom in, spot flow, use 2D; secondary 3D

Ultrasound machine requirements

Any 2D ultrasound machine operated by a skilled sonographer can be used for the ExEm® Foam procedure. 3D and 2D/3D-High Definition Flow (HDF) Doppler ultrasound may offer enhanced accuracy and faster recognition of tubal patency in women with known or suspected infertility.2

The advantages are clear. Get started with ExEm® Foam.

Provide your patients with known or suspected infertility the option for a more innovative, FDA-approved tubal patency assessment. Learn more about ExEm® Foam today.