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Medspira Announces New Clinical Trial Utilizing Its Innovative mcompass Biofeedback Anorectal Manometry System for Treatment of Fecal Incontinence
Minneapolis, June 18, 2013 – Medspira announces the initiation of a multi-center randomized clinical trial utilizing an investigational biofeedback device (based on the FDA cleared and currently marketed mcompass Anorectal Manometry system) combined with pelvic floor physical therapy for treatment of fecal incontinence. The study investigates the effectiveness of physical therapy with biofeedback for treatment of fecal incontinence. Anorectal manometry is a test that evaluates bowel function in patients with constipation or fecal incontinence. A small, flexible catheter with sensors is placed in the rectum. This is connected to a computer and a recording device that measures the pressure and strength of your anal and rectal muscles.
Medspira, the innovative medical device company, announces a collaboration with Philips Healthcare.
Medspira, an innovative medical device company, has received a $2,250,000 investment from a private venture group to build on the success of its flagship Breath Hold respiratory motion monitoring system and bring additional clinically-inspired medical technologies to market.
Medspira debuts at RSNA 2011 enhanced Breath Hold, an easy-to-use standalone system for respiration monitoring across multiple imaging modalities, with special monitoring applications in radiation therapy (RT) for treatments involving the lungs and upper abdomen. An innovative proactive solution, Breath Hold enables patients to accurately self monitor their breathing patterns based on biofeedback delivered by the device’s simple visual display