App aids patients in managing urinary incontinence

11/25/2012 | Health Tech Zone

An application called iDry may help patients manage urinary incontinence with a schedule that can help change their bladder activity. The app, developed in coordination with the NIH's National Institute on Aging, provides data to users such as how diet, medications and exercise habits influence their incontinence.

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