Echoscope™ is a discreet wearable sensor for continuous bladder & bowel monitoring.
Echoscope™ has many Use Cases
Incontinence affects 33 million Americans. It is prevalent in spinal cord injury patients, aged populations and the patients with benign prostate enlargement. Also, it’s associated with chronic conditions such as diabetes, strokes and multiple sclerosis.
Bladder incontinence comes as a variety of kinds. Some incontinent patients use indwelling catheters with a urine bag, some use intermittent catheters and some use pads and diapers. Some patients have sensation for urination and some don’t. Some patients have issues with post-void residual urine.
Echoscope informs how full your bladder is so that you don’t encounter an accident. Get informed. Manage it right once.
Many with bladder incontinence also have bowel incontinence. Our unique acoustic processing algorithm enable to track bowel activity as well with one sensor.
Get informed. Manage it right once. Be free.
How does it work?
At the core of our product, we have users and their needs – discreet, light and small, and reliability.
Based on these, we have tested and investigated many technologies such as ultrawide band radar, bioimpedance, thermal imaging, electronic stethoscope and ultrasound imaging to meet what our customers’ needs.
Our sensor is miniature, light and lasts for hours. It uses patent-pending acoustic signature detection method to monitor bladder and bowel activities reliably for hours.
Rendered prototype version Echoscope™ 1.0
Place the sensor approximately 4 inches below the belly button using your preferred method, it’s good to go. It will let you know bladder fullness level and bowel activities through an app or via discreet notification.
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