Enuresis is the medical name for bedwetting, which is very common in young children and can also be prevalent in older children.
Enuresis monitors are the most commonly recommended course of action for prolonged bedwetting. Designed to trigger an alarm when the child starts to urinate, the child begins to associate the feeling of a full bladder with waking, training them to wake and visit the toilet before its too late.
The Orion bedside monitor is cleverly designed to look and function like an alarm clock, reducing the risk of embarrassment and stigma that often surrounds prolonged bedwetting.
It features a sound and light alarm which is wirelessly triggered within a second of the sensor becoming wet, ensuring quick and effective results.
A seven-day wet/dry history is available on the device at the click of a button and up to a year’s history can be downloaded at the enuresis clinic via USB, enabling effective specialist support.
The sensor attaches to the child’s nightwear with a simple clamp. It detects urine in milliseconds, wirelessly triggering the alarm in less than a second. The sensor is completely sealed and washable ensuring hygiene and durability. It can be recharged in just a few minutes by placing it in a dock at the back of the Orion monitor.
The Orion Enuresis Monitor is being developed by eg technology Ltd, a leading product design and development consultancy based in Cambridge, UK. Our clients range from small biotechnology start-ups to industry-leading bluechips helping them cost-effectively develop successful products from visualisation to commercialisation. Our multi-disciplinary team offers integrated expertise in mechanical engineering, industrial design, electronics engineering, software development, project management and regulatory approval and certification.