New release: Minze’s automated bladder diary is improving catheterization schedules and reducing risks for intermittent urinary catheters users.
Millions of people with (non)-neurogenic bladder disorders use intermittent urinary catheters to empty their bladder. Bladder diaries are essential to define intermittent catheterization schedules. But when using paper-based bladder diaries it is very difficult to record the exact urine volume drained from the bladder. As a result, correct catheterization routines are difficult to determine.
Minze’s latest software release includes new functionality for people using Clean Intermittent Catheters (CIC). More reliable data and information becomes available for the caregiver, which leads to better daily catheterization routes, with fewer risks for the patient, such as UTIs.
Interested in automated bladder diaries for remote monitoring of CIC users? Please leave a comment and we will be in touch.