Interim Results Of NanoVibronix's Uroshield Show Beneficial Effects For Patients

  • NanoVibronix Inc NAOV announced interim results of its U.K. clinical study for UroShield, a disposable ultrasound device that reduces biofilm contaminating the catheter surface.
  • Initial results of the independent, real-world patient study suggest changes in the microbial population diversity following the use of the Uroshield, with potential beneficial effects on the urinary and catheter microbiome. 
  • Indwelling urinary catheters are commonly used devices to resolve urinary retention problems.
  • In addition to these analyses, most patients using the Uroshield reported fewer catheter blockages, infections, and other positive benefits.
  • Related: Health Canada Approves NanoVibronix's PainGuard, UroGuard As Licensed Devices.
  • The study was initiated in April 2021 to fill a gap in the Company's clinical evidence and establish documentation required by the FDA for permanent 510K clearance. 
  • As part of the preliminary clinical study, microbiological analyses of urine and catheter samples pre- and post-use of the Uroshield device were carried out using a combination of culture, microscopy, and sequencing techniques.
  • Price Action: NAOV shares are down 3.95% at $0.32 on the last check Wednesday.
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