How DFree Works
Non-invasive sensor attached to your body uses ultrasound technology to monitor your bladder around the clock.
Data collected by the sensor will be analyzed to predict when you need to go to the bathroom.
You will receive notification on your phone or tablet letting you know that you need to go to the bathroom.
Who can benefit from DFree?
The device can help millions of seniors, disabled people and others who need to manage incontinence every day.
Supports Independent Toileting
DFree supports those who have difficulty going to the toilet on their own. It can help you achieve more independence as well as confidence.
Live Your Own Life
Having control of your senses is the key to independence and living your life to the fullest. Don’t let incontinence affect your life.
Less Stress for All
Toilet care can be stressful and burdensome for both caretaker and the care receiver. DFree takes the load off for everyone, bringing more smiles.
Select Suitable Model
For Professional use
Designed for use by hospitals, nursing homes and in-home care agencies. DFree Professional pairs with a base station to upload patient’s urination status to the cloud to enable remote monitoring by physicians, nurses and professional care providers.
How It Works
Sensing Bladder with Ultrasound
DFree uses ultrasound to monitor how much urine is in your bladder in real time. Sensor needs to be placed about 0.5″ above the pubis bone in order to detect the bladder properly.
DFree uses safe and non-invasive ultrasound technology. Ultrasound technology is also used for prenatal checkups as well as other non-medical devices such as toothbrushes so rest assured that it’s safe to use.
DFree sends alerts to your phone or tablet when it is time to go to the bathroom. Set notification threshold to determine when you want to receive notification. Set notification so you have ample time to go.