A Cup for Better Diagnosis

A wireless urine flow meter system leveraging cloud-hosting, smart phones and patented capacitance-based sensors by Stream DX has transformed a standard in-clinic urology procedure into a simple, at-home test to improve diagnosis and monitoring of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), affecting more than 16.5M patients in the U.S. “This will improve quality and efficiency of patient care,” said Matt Converse, a mechanical engineering student and Stream DX co-founder. After raising more than $700,000, first sales are expected later this year.

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