Home Device to Track Urinary Flow Rate

Jason Van Batavia, MD, of CHOP is creating a home device for pediatric patients and their families to keep track of urinary flow rates and patterns. Real-time biofeedback is invaluable for the treatment of dysfunctional voiding. Data will be sent wirelessly to a smart phone or tablet and will be visualized in a mobile app. The patient’s physician will also be able to remotely monitor the progress of the patient’s treatment.