Problems associated with urination, unfortunately, have grown to be a major burden on the aging population. According to clinical research, approximately 50% of men aged 50 years and above have problems urinating due to Bladder Outlet Obstruction (BOO).

Incorrect treatment due to inaccurate diagnosis frequently causes problems that can continue throughout the patient’s life, placing, in addition, a large financial burden on the health services provider. It is therefore obvious that accurate diagnosis is of crucial importance. It would enable the medical team to assign and maintain suitable treatment throughout the course of the patient’s urinary disorder.

Investigation of the current medical situation has shown a strong need for a better type of diagnosis to address this widespread problem. The current diagnosis system relies on tests performed by the medical staff during patient visits to the clinic. This is inconvenient, time-consuming and expensive for the patient, placing a high burden as well on the health care systems. It also neglects to provide continuous monitoring of the patient’s urination, which is important for obtaining reliable and accurate diagnoses.

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