February 26, 2018 (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida)

We have now achieved, the fourth and fifth ever full replacement, and the first two at our second implant testing facility at North Carolina State University’s School of Veterinarian Medicine, of two of our implanted devices directed by noted veterinarian canine incontinence researcher, Dr. Christopher Adin, that only took approximately a half hour each from the beginning preparation of the patients to final suture closing.
We are scheduled to continue this implant program, including the replacement of devices that have stop functioning (mostly due to full battery depletion) at the NCSU for the foreseeable future.