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Solace Therapeutics Inc.

Reversible, office-based SUI solution

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Solace Therapeutics Inc.’s Solace Bladder Control System is a small, lightweight, polyurethane balloon device that fills with air once it is placed within the bladder, where it floats unobtrusively at the top of the organ, not blocking the urethra. The device is designed to eliminate or reduce involuntary urinary leakage by acting as a “shock absorber” to reduce the temporary peak pressure changes in the bladder that cause urinary leakage.

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