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Pelvic floor muscle biofeedback computer games

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Project Overview

Approximately 12 million children and 70 million adults deal with problems such as incontinence and urinary reflux. Our client has developed a process using a computer game that implements biofeedback to train an individual to contract their pelvic floor. Currently one of the two devices that our client used to collect data from the patient has burned out and they believe the second will burn out shortly. We are tasked with updating his software and hardware to increase the longevity of his system. We would also like to eventually create a marketable product.

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Team members from left to right:  David Mott, Michael Simonson, Scott Schulz, Lucas Hurtley, Sam Lines
Team members from left to right: David Mott, Michael Simonson, Scott Schulz, Lucas Hurtley, Sam Lines

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Client's current device
Client's current device

Contact Information

Team Members

  • Michael Simonson, BME 300 - Team Leader
  • Samual Lines, BME 300 - Communicator
  • Lucas Hurtley, BME 200 - BSAC
  • Scott Schulz, BME 300 - BWIG
  • David Mott, BME 200 - BPAG

Advisor and Client

  • Dr. John Puccinelli - Advisor
  • Dr. Patrick McKenna - Client
  • Christina Sauder - Alternate Contact

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