Coloplast starts testing sensor-based product for ostomy leakage

Medtech company Coloplast has started a new clinical trial to test the effect of its ostomy product, Heylo, a product which uses sensors to warn patients with colostomy bags about leakage and advise them about how to prevent it.
Photo: Coloplast / PR
Photo: Coloplast / PR
by albert rønning-andersson, translated by catherine brett

In a new clinical trial, Coloplast is testing a product which it hopes will make life much easier for people who use ileostomy, colostomy and urostomy products, where leakage is a huge problem.

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