A bioelectronic sensor that checks how well the bladder is working!

“A wireless, implantable bioelectronic system to monitor urinary bladder function following surgical recovery” is the name of a study that shows the first bioelectronic sensor that can be used to continuously monitor bladder function for a long time.
Normal people don’t need this new tool, but people with paralysis, spina bifida, bladder cancer, or bladder disease that has reached its end stage can use it. When this happens, the bladder often doesn’t work as well, and surgery to rebuild the bladder may be needed. It could make a big difference for them. The sensor device can also help doctors keep an eye on patients all the time from afar. So they can make smarter and faster decisions about treatments.