Develop a practical aid that makes self-cathetherization as easy as possible.
There is a large number of women that for various reasons are unable to empty their bladder independently. To make self-catheterization as easy as possible, MMID has, on the initiative of Martin Bucx, anesthesiologist at Radboud University Medical Center, developed a practical aid. This tool ensures more women are eligible for self-catheterization, and it provides them with the option to catheterize outside the home, for instance in a public restroom, which gives them considerably more freedom of movement.
Slimstones is a subsidiairy of MMID. The company develops medical support aids that add value to life.