Firm works on neurostimulation device to treat bladder disorders

03/25/2013 | MedCityNews.com

ConservoCare, a spinoff of Case Western Reserve University, is developing a device that uses nerve stimulation to restore bladder function in patients with incontinence or urinary retention. The firm plans to pursue FDA approval this year to start human feasibility trials of the device, which it says will be used initially in individuals with spinal cord injuries.

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