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Survey: Innovative device for bladder management

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Hi everyone,


I am currently conducting an online survey to collect data for my master thesis. The thesis deals with a digital device called inContAlert and its influence on quality of life. inContAlert measures the bladder filling level continuously. It is still under development, however, a lot of people with bladder dysfunction will hopefully benefit from it in the future.


Link to the survey: https://ubayreuthmarketing.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6WiG72lYEf61flH


Completing the survey takes about 10-15 min. Since I am still looking for participants, I would be very thankful for everyone who fills out the survey!😊 (Patients but also caregivers, nurses, or assistants of patients can participate.)


In case you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at any time.


Thank you very much for your support!😊

Katrin Huff



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