DFree monitors your bladder so you know when you need to pee at CES 2019
Several lots of sensors here at CES to detect all kind of things.
But D free is pretty unique.
It's stands for dipper free.
And it's meant to tell you when you need to pee.
So this is it.
This part attaches to your belt.
This part actually attaches directly To your stomach right over your bladder.
It sends a continual ultrasound signal and senses the changing size of your bladder so it knows how full it's getting.
As your bladder gets bigger, this is gonna send a bluetooth signal to your phone, letting you know it's time to go.
This is meant to help adults with incontinence, and it can send that signal to a caregiver as well.
They're also coming out with a professional version of this thing.
So in a nursing home, several of these can send a signal to a central station so that the nurses can know when they need to go and care for a patient.
Again, this part clicks on your belt.
You attach the other one both with tape and with ultrasound gel so it gets a signal.
And there are lights on it to help you line up and find the right spot, as it needs to be directly over your bladder.
So, it's expensive and it sounds a little tedious, but if you need it this could be a smart gadget that could really come in handy.
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