Laborie Medical Technologies Invests in Medical Technology Start-Up Bright Uro
Laborie’s Commitment to Transforming Care for LUTS
Laborie Medical Technologies Corp. has announced a strategic equity investment in Bright Uro, an early-stage medical technology company focused on transforming care for lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). The investment in Bright Uro’s innovative Glean Urodynamic System aligns with Laborie’s commitment to providing world-class diagnostic and therapeutic care in Urology. This strategic partnership allows Laborie to leverage its expertise and leadership in the global urodynamics market to support the development and implementation of the wireless, catheter-free urodynamic monitoring system, ultimately improving patient access and outcomes.
Bright Uro’s Innovative Technology for Improved Patient Comfort
Bright Uro is developing the Glean Urodynamic System, a wireless, catheter-free, urodynamic monitoring system intended to quantify the pressure characteristics of the lower urinary tract. This innovative technology aims to disrupt outdated urodynamics approaches, enabling wireless, catheter-free urodynamics monitoring with the ultimate goal of improving patient comfort and clinical outcomes. The Glean system is designed to provide a more comfortable and convenient experience for patients undergoing urodynamic testing, addressing the needs of individuals suffering from LUTS.
Patricia Industries’ Support for Growth and Development
The investment in Bright Uro by Laborie Medical Technologies is backed by Patricia Industries, a long-term owner that invests in companies and works to develop each company to its full potential. This partnership signals strong support for the growth and success of Bright Uro, highlighting the commitment to providing patients and clinicians with innovative tools that elevate the standard of care. The collaboration between Laborie, Bright Uro, and Patricia Industries sets the stage for advancements in urodynamic monitoring technology and improved care for individuals with lower urinary tract symptoms.
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