US patent granted on UCon Patch electrode technology
By August 2022, a US patent on the newly developed UCon Patch electrode technology has been granted. The Patch Electrode is highly flexible and its unique combination of materials provides comfortable and reliable adherence to the irregular surfaces of the genitals at the exact location of the Dorsal Genital Nerve. It is designed to resist the movement appearing in the genital region during daily activities. It can be applied and removed within seconds, and is replaced at suitable frequency to be kept hygienic.
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