Effectiveness, Safety and Patient Compliance of the MOWOOT system in Patients with Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction

Results of the MOWOOT multicenter study MOW-01-2017 The prevalence of constipation ranges from approximately 1% to as much as 25% of the general adult population.  However, bowel dysfunction occurs in most people with neurological disorders. The common causes of Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction (NBD) include spinal cord injury (SCI), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), spina bifida, myelomeningocele (MMC), multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson disease (PD), stroke, and diabetes … Continued

MOWOOT PUBLISHED ITS FIRST INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL STUDY WITH EXCELLENT RESULTS.

The multicenter clinical trial with 92 patients that confirms the safety and effectiveness of the medical device MOWOOT to treat  patients with constipation of different origin has been recently published in the prestigious journal ‘Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology’ ‘ with the title “Safety and Efficacy of Intermittent Colonic Exoperistalsis device to treat Chronic Constipation”. The … Continued

Some tips to relieve constipation in summer

Constipation is considered one of the most common and usual gastrointestinal problems and specially in the summer. Summertime and holidays are normally a synonym of changes in our routine that can lead to episodes of constipation or aggravate the problem for people who already suffer from it. However, it is possible to take some measures … Continued

MOWOOT, TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH AT HOME!

During these months of confinement, and in the coming weeks when some measures will be lift, the first and foremost recommendation that the medical institutions and authorities have repeatedly advised is to stay home. Not going outside prevents us from being in contact with the Covid-19 virus and therefore from infecting ourselves. This takes special … Continued

Presentation of the exo-peristaltic therapy with Mowoot effectiveness at the IV International Congress of Physiotherapy in Pelvi-Perineology in Barcelona

Cecilia Jané, nurse of the ‘Servei de Medicina i Rehabilitació’ of Althaia (Xarxa assistèncial Universitària de Manresa) participated in the IV International Congress of Physiotherapy in Pelvi-perineology (SEFIP) , held in Barcelona from October 24 to 26, to present the preliminary results of the study on the efficacy of MOWOOT, the non-pharmacological and non-invasive solution to treat chronic constipation. The study, still ongoing, is the result of a … Continued