We are very excited that our abstracts got accepted for the Oral Presentation at the 2019 ESPU Nurses Congress end of April in Lyon!
As Minze’s software development manager, Thomas' primary focus is to get the software running smoothly and to manage the software releases. He is also the scrum master of the Minze software team, which means that he plans and directs the sprint meetings according to the Agile principle .
Minze's software team worked very hard the past couple of months. Last night, we released a big software update based on the feedback of our first users. Here's an overview of the most important new features and updates.
At Minze, Gilles serves as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), with as main responsibilities the commercialization of Hospiflow and Homeflow. Organizing sales, setting up and maintaining relationships with distributors and looking for new business opportunities are daily practice.
Read more about our uroflowmetry options for the little ones.
Meet our CTO: Josef Sageder. Josef is Minze’s Chief Technology Officer, responsible for all technology related to Minze’s devices and loves coming up with new innovative products or features together with the team.
Want to learn more about uroflowmetry and voiding diaries for physiotherapists? Join our free workshop by Prof. Dr. Stefan De Wachter (UZA) and Prof. Dr. Gunter De Win on November 6th in Antwerp!
Pelvitec and Minze announce collaboration to successfully introduce Hospiflow and Homeflow on the Dutch market
A patient friendly tool for diagnosis and monitoring of men, women and children with voiding disorders; set for commercialization after obtaining ISO and CE certifications.
Our first products, Minze Homeflow and Hospiflow are both solutions to perform uroflow tests on a normal toilet. But what is uroflowmetry and what do we actually measure?
Voiding diaries or bladder diaries are a highly valuable diagnostic tool for both patient and physician. A voiding diary is a daily record of the patient’s fluid intake and urinary output and is used by the clinician to get a better understanding of the patient’s condition or the progress and efficacy of treatment.