NICE publish ‘Medtech Innovation Briefing [MIB191]’ titled ‘UroShield for preventing catheter-associated urinary tract infections’. Read more
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What is urinary incontinence? Urinary incontinence is a condition where a person is unable to control his or her bladder, resulting in leaky or involuntary urination. While not a disease in itself, incontinence can be a symptom of an underlying medical condition.
Ideal Medical Solutions has announced the UK availability of UroShield, an advanced device which prevents painful Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTIs and could save the NHS millions of pounds each year. It’s estimated that each year, around 90,000 Britons are living
For those who have difficulty urinating naturally, your doctor is likely to insert a catheter which helps to carry urine into a drainage bag. Living with a urinary catheter is quite common nowadays and although most long-term catheter users continue
Catheter-associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTIs) are one of the most common types of complications in those with indwelling catheters. Also, tackling CAUTIs is difficult as they can be caused by any number of different bacteria, meaning that the cause must
Using a catheter comes with a learning curve. Initially, using a catheter can be tricky and it will take some time to get used to, but eventually, you’ll learn how to manage and live with one. However, certain tricks can
Demonstrates efficacy preventing catheter-acquired urinary tract infections Less than 4% using UroShield™ developed infections versus 52% of control group ELMSFORD, NY--(Marketwired - November 08, 2017) - NanoVibronix, Inc, (NASDAQ: NAOV), a medical device company utilizing the Company's proprietary and patented low intensity
Breakthrough as medics create new vibrating catheter that could help 90,000 patients in Briton each year
A new device that uses soundwaves to ‘shake’ away bacteria could protect thousands of hospital patients from painful and potentially life-threatening bladder infections.