UroFlow Tracings

For monitoring your urine flow rates. A BIG deal for lots of senior men! The app uses Digital Signal Processing to convert the sounds of the urine stream hitting the water in the toilet to a graph of flow rate against time. This makes a quick and easy test in your home so that you an see if your Prostate Enlargement is getting worse.

The Uroflow machines at the Urologist's office are very accurate, but they record (accurately) the flow rates of a non-typical urination. Our approach uses the sound of the urine-stream hitting the water in a toilet as a less accurate measure of the urine flow rate. The advantage here is that you can measure every urination for three days to show what is truly typical of you. If you do this every six months you'll see the change.You can test out various approaches, like more exercise and better diet, or you could try tea, and no red wine or natural products like saw palmetto, or modern pharmaceutical products, to see what really affects your urine flow rate.

The 'Review' button sends an email containing a link to a review web-app. You can send this email to your doctor to enable him to review your tracings. This is a convenient way to monitor your status and progress over the years. Uroflow Tracings app costs $5 to use this review feature for a month. It is not required to use this feature at all, you can get lots of good insight into your condition for free.

The app makes no claims about accuracy, try it and see what you think, it's free and costs nothing to use it.

Set the phone down with the mic pointing towards the toilet. Press Start. Press Stop when it's finished.

There is some Artificial Intelligence to evaluate each tracing. This is really a place-holder for some more extensive research to provide automatic classification of your urination recordings.
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What's New

The tracing is of any duration. It is stopped at 10 minutes.
The Tele Medicine button is emphasized in the UI
The Privacy statement is updated (more private)
Two additions, a Demo which plays the sound of a Urination and uses that sound as a normal input. Also Bladder Diary, a way of recording the Drinks between Urinations, so that the doctor can visualize the balance between input and output.
For Clinical Trials there are new features to store and manage data files privately
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Additional Information

Updated
August 9, 2018
Size
Varies with device
Installs
500+
Current Version
Varies with device
Requires Android
Varies with device
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
John Brohan
Developer
John Brohan 317 Barberry Road Dollard des Ormeaux Montreal QC Canada H9G 1V3
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