Our journey started in 2013, when we set out to find a solution to female stress incontinence.
We have since then made thousands of drawings, dozens of silicone moulding tools, and refined the design through about a hundred iterations of prototypes. Two series of clinical trials at the University Hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark, have shown that we are on the right track.
This work has materialized in the design of a tiny, soft medical device, that our test users really like. For us, as doctors and engineers, it has been highly rewarding and encouraging to hear the positive feedback from our first two groups of users. We are grateful to these pioneering women.
We are now on the final stretch for obtaining the required public approvals in Europe and USA, so that we can bring our devices to market. We expect to have these approvals by late 2018.