Incontinence Management By Simavita

Smart Incontinence Management – SIM™

Nearly 3 million Americans suffer from some level of incontinence, which is the inability to perform normal and healthy toileting. Fortunately, a new technology is helping change this debilitating condition. Join Simavita CEO, Philippa Lewis as we explore Smart Incontinence Management or SIM … digital technology using sensors and Wi-Fi to help ease the problems of seniors with incontinence…high tech solutions for the ones we love.


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Smart Incontinence Management

This breakthrough technology can help restore independence and dignity for the ones we love

It’s a reality we all face – aging. And for many, along with aging comes Incontinence. In fact, it’s a condition affecting 70% of our seniors in aged-care homes and facilities.

This is an issue confronting both patients and their caregivers. Can modern technology help our elders so they aren’t dependent on thick bulky pads?

Yes! Simavita has developed a highly accurate sensor technology that maps an individual’s precise toileting needs called Smart Incontinence Management (SIM™). Along with this new technology comes a fresh start for seniors suffering with this all too common condition.

  • Uses digital sensor technology to rescue our aged loved-ones from dangerous dependency on incontinence pads in place of normal toileting.
  • A breakthrough SMART system for iPhone, iPad and tablets that helps caregivers restore and support normal toileting in aged people.
  • SIM™ helps reduce the risk of infection from pads and helps our elders remain more independent and in control of their toileting, also reducing the risk of falls.

This breakthrough technology can help restore independence and dignity for the ones we love.

“The Balancing Act will help us reach out to the many millions of women and men who daily provide care to Americas’ aged so we can begin the change towards a much kinder and more effective way of toileting our elders than simply leaving them to soil continence pads,” said Phillippa Lewis of Simavita.

To learn more, please visit: http://www.simavita.com and http://www.medline.com

Make sure to tune in to The Balancing Act on October 13 and 20h, 2014 at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime as Phillipa Lewis shares her thoughts on incontinence. In case you missed it, please watch here: http://www.thebalancingact.com/story/5286/smart_incontinence_management-sim-tm.

SIM is based on robust, independently verified clinical trials and has FDA Class 2 Medical Device Approval. SIM™ technology is protected by eight patent families.

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Simavita Ltd. and Medline Take Center Stage on October 13th Show to discuss new technology that will ease this condition of loved ones

(POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – October 9, 2014) Award-winning morning show The Balancing Act® on the Lifetime® Channel welcomes Simavita Ltd. to the show airing on Monday, October 13th at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT). Tune in as The Balancing Act hosts help jump-start the day with lively conversation and trusted information to empower a woman’s life. This show will re-air on October 20, 2014.

Don’t miss this featured segments taking center stage on The Balancing Act:

o Smart Incontinence Management – with Simavita and Medline
In observance of both National Caregivers and Bladder Health month, The Balancing Act brings viewers this segment on incontinence. Incontinence is a condition affecting 70% of seniors in aged-care homes and facilities. Fortunately, a new technology is helping change that. Join Simavita’s CEO, Philippa Lewis and host Olga Villaverde as they explore Simulated Incontinence Management or SIMSimavita Ltd. and Medline Take Center Stage on October 13th Show to discuss new technology that will ease this condition of loved ones ™, digital technology using sensors and Wi-Fi to help ease the problems of seniors with incontinence and offer help for their caregivers. For more information, please go to: http://www.simavita.com

“The Balancing Act will help us reach out to the many millions of women and men who daily provide care to Americas’ aged so we can begin the change towards a much kinder and more effective way of toileting our elders than simply leaving them to soil continence pads,” said Lewis.

And continuing the show, is this segment re-air:

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