How Does Dfree Wearable Device Help Manage Incontinence?

How Does Dfree Wearable Device Help Manage Incontinence

Dfree wearable device is a non-invasive wearable device that can monitor the bladder and send notifications when going to the toilet. Dfree wearable device is specially designed for hospitals, professional nursing and elderly care communities to provide timely toilet care for residents and patients.

Dfree Wearable Manage Incontinence Device Product Description

Dfree is the first wearable device that can predict when you need to go to the toilet. It is suitable for the elderly and the disabled with bladder control disorders. This wearable device will continuously monitor your bladder and send a notice when the bladder is almost full, so that you know when to go, so as to reduce “accidents”. Controlling your senses is the key to independence and making your life full of confidence and dignity.

Dfree Wearable Manage Incontinence Device Feature

Safe and noninvasive – the noninvasive dfree sensor uses the same ultrasonic technology as prenatal examination and toothbrush. Please rest assured that dfree is safe to use on your body.

Lightness and caution – put the light sensor under your belly and clothes, and then forget it. The dfree application will send you an alert when you find the bathroom.

When you go to the bathroom in dfree, you may need to use less adult pads and diapers. Dfree is the first wearable device to predict when you need to go to the bathroom.

Monitor your bladder with 100% safe, non-invasive ultrasonic sensors

Send a notification to your mobile phone / tablet when your bladder is almost full

It is bundled with USB cable (for charging), ultrasonic gel (60g) and medical tape (1 roll).

How Does the Dfree Wearable Manage Incontinence Device Work?

The non-invasive sensor attached to the body of dfree wearable device uses ultrasonic technology to monitor the bladder for 24 hours. Dfree wearable device can detect how much urine is in the bladder in real time. The sensor needs to be placed about 0.5 inches above the pubic bone in order to correctly detect the bladder.

Dfree wearable device can analyze the data collected by the sensor to predict when you need to go to the bathroom. Dfree uses safe and non-invasive ultrasound technology. Ultrasonic technology is also used in prenatal examination and other non-medical equipment such as toothbrushes, so it is safe to use it with confidence.

Dfree wearable device will send an alarm to your mobile phone or tablet to let you know that you need to go to the bathroom. Set notification thresholds to determine when notifications are received. Set up notifications so that you have enough time to go.

What is the Function of Dfree Wearable Device?

Notify you when you need to go to -dfree to predict the urination time, and send a notification to your mobile phone or tablet.

Show how full your bladder is – whether you are at home or outside, monitor your bladder in real time.

Record the number of times you go to the bathroom – know the average interval between going to the bathroom and how often you need to go.

How to Use Dfree Wearable Device?

Your bladder will swell with the accumulation of urine and contract when you urinate. Dfree uses ultrasound to measure the size of your bladder and shows how full it is in the range of 1-10.

Place and secure the sensor approximately 0.5 inches above the pubic bone.

Apply gel on the sensor and fix it on the body with medical tape.

The wearable device synchronizes with the application on the mobile phone / tablet and sends you a notification when your urine volume reaches the threshold.

Why is the Data of Dfree Wearable Device Inaccurate?

Ultrasonic sensors on dfree may not be able to accurately track and collect bladder data for specific types of users. These users may have the following conditions:

  • Excessive fat in lower abdomen
  • Flabby or flabby skin of lower abdomen
  • Scars from previous operations or injuries
  • Bladder urination problem
  • Rash easily occurs when using medical tape and ultrasonic gel
  • Gravid
  • Minors (6 years old or under – bladder may be too small to collect data accurately)

Note: dfree is not a medical device, nor is it used for the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of diseases or medical conditions.

Dfree wearable device compatibility

Dfree app currently supports the following devices:

  • [iPhone] iPhone 5S or later
  • [ipod]ipod touch 6th generation or later
  • [iPad] iPad 5, iPad air, iPad mini2, iPad pro or later
  • [Android] mobile phones, tablets

*Dfree applications can be downloaded for free from the app store and Google play. The application supports IOS devices (iPhone, iPad, Ipod) running IOS 11 or higher and Android devices (mobile phones, tablets) running Android 4.4 or higher. If you have an older version of the operating system, make sure to update to the latest version before using the dfree application. Use dfree, the first wearable device used to treat urinary incontinence, to go to the toilet on time. Dfree urinary incontinence wearable device is designed for the elderly and the disabled who suffer from bladder incontinence. It supports self exertion by continuously monitoring the bladder and predicting when to go to the bathroom.