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Near-infrared sensing for the treatment of bladder dysfunction

Many people experience their everyday life with physical limitations due to diseases or dysfunctions. Different sensor technologies aim to actively stimulate natural bodily functions and evoke reactions by means of electrical impulses, ultrasound waves or infrared waves. The focus here is primarily on chronic diseases and pain therapies. Internationally, companies are developing new, modern therapy options to enable those affected to lead as independent and normal a daily life as possible.

Sensor technologies for regulating and monitoring bodily functions are certainly not foreign to you. However, have you heard of near-infrared sensing? The targeted transmission of infrared waves enables new treatment options for people with chronic diseases or dysfunctions. Learn more about it in the arcoro CONNECT below!

Facts at a glance

200 million people worldwide suffer from bladder dysfunction. In Germany alone, 10 million people are affected by the diagnosis. Causes can be both functional or mechanical in origin, but neurological and psychogenic factors can also influence the clinical picture.

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Anne Plonz

Business Analyst
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