Volunteers needed to help assess a new Odour Detector device for urinary incontinence pad users
A new research study being conducted by Brunel University in collaboration with the BioMed Centre at Southmead hospital is now looking for volunteers to help test and assess an Odour Detector device.
The device, in the form of a key ring, is being designed for people who are worried about odour from urinary incontinence. Your participation in this project would provide valuable and essential feedback on how the sensor could possible work for you and whether you would find it helpful.
If you are a urinary pad user aged over 18 years and would like to be involved in this important work, you will recieve a
Last Updated: 10 April 2012