New Collaborations in Incontinence Research

New Collaborations in Incontinence Research

IMPRESS is pleased to announce some new collaborations on incontinence technologies with the Surgical Technologies Group at Leeds University.

These have resulted directly through the activities of  the IMPRESS network.

Bristol Robotics Lab have teamed up with the Group to work on our pilot schemes for new sensing devices to improve treatment for faecal incontinence.

Queens University Belfast School of Pharmacy is  now working with the Group and with IMPRESS partners Devices for Dignity (D4D) to expand on the smart coating capabilities of their new reusable catheter device, Uroglide, for managing urinary incontinence.

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