Tag: Urologist

Unboxing of iUFlow by John C Lin, Urologist

Unboxing of iUFlow Uroflow. Dr. John C Lin has been a urologic Practice Management speaker for the American Urological Association and was nominated as Physician of the Year in Lake Havasu City in 2004. Dr. Lin served as an adviser to Google Health. In addition, he served on the American Urological Association advisory board (Health Information Technology workgroup) on evaluation, adoption, and utilization of electronic health records and telemedicine. 

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Unboxing of iUFlow by Dr. John C Lin, Urologist

Part I
Unboxing of iUFlow automated home uroflow / uroflometry using an innovative Bluetooth connected device. The information / voiding diary is saved on the user’s phone for later analysis. This seems to be an interesting device for those needing an automated voiding diary.


How can I test urine flow at home?

What is iUFlow?

iUFlow is a Uroflow for home use. It uses sensors to objectively measure bladder behavior during a prescribed interval. The outcome is a complete urine flow test. For example: Volume, Qmax, flow rates and frequency of a patient’s voiding activities. iUFlow is an easy Uroflowmetry or urine flow rate test at home.
iUFlow Uroflow and iUFlow Voiding Diary app — Urine Flow

George C. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I use it daily
“The Dr. wanted me to uroflow daily. This unit has given me the easy way to do that. And it also keeps all the records for me.”

What is normal Uroflow?

Average outcomes are based on age and gender. Typically, urine flow rate runs from 10ml to 21ml / second. Women range closer to ~15ml/s to 18ml/s. A weak or slow flow rate may be a sign that there is an obstruction at the bladder neck or in the urethra, an enlarged prostate, BPH, or a weak bladder.

What is normal Uroflow? How to read Uroflow results?

How can I increase my urine flow?

  1. Be active. Lack of physical activity can make you retain urine.
  2. Kegel exercises. Stand at / sit on the toilet and contract/expand the muscle that allows you to stop and start the flow of urine.
  3. Meditation. Anxiety and stress cause some men to urinate more often.
  4. Double voiding. Pass urine more than once each time that you go to the toilet.

There are many more questions related to prostate and lower urinary tract symptoms that we receive frequently. For example: Can turmeric shrink prostate? Is oatmeal good for your prostate? What color pee is bad? What’s the first sign of kidney problems? Do I have a normal volume of urine for 24 hours? How can I clean my bladder?

Please feel very welcome to contact us in regard to a urine flow test at home.

man urinate into iuflow uroflowmeter
Provide your doctor with real-time data.

Read more on iUFlow and why you should order your own home Uroflowmeter.

Utilizing Home Uroflow in practice. Learn from Dr Delaney

Remote diagnosis and management of patients with Overactive bladder (OAB)

Utilizing iUFlow Home Uroflow.

iUFLow Urolfowmetery Dashboard results clinic view

Remote diagnosis and management of patients with Overactive bladder (OAB)

How to utilize iUFlow Home Uroflow?

Learn how a busy Sydney clinic is utilising a remote bladder monitoring platform (iUFlow home Uroflowmeter) for diagnosing and managing patients with overactive bladder. The webinar will show what iUFlow is, how it’s being used by Dr Danielle Delaney and how it can improve clinical care.


Dr Delaney specializes in General Urology including Functional Urology,
Stones, Endoscopic surgery, Urodynamics and Paediatric Urology.
North Shore Private Hospital, Castlecrag Private Hospital.

How a busy Sydney clinic is utilizing the iUFlow remote bladder monitoring platform (iUFlow home Uroflow) for managing patients with overactive bladder. The webinar was presenting what iUFlow urine flow meter is, how it’s being used by Dr Danielle Delaney’s clinic in Sydney and how iUFlow can improve clinical care.

Dr Delaney specializes in General Urology including Functional Urology,
Stones, Endoscopic surgery, Urodynamics and Paediatric Urology.
North Shore Private Hospital, Castlecrag Private Hospital.
Dr Delaney’s clinic address:
6 Carter St, Cammeray NSW 2062 Sydney, Australia
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Doctor using iUFlow Uroflowmeter in practice

iUFlow dashboard – a remote management platform Utilizing Home Uroflow in a Sydney clinic

How PT and Urologists get real-time data on their patients’ progress.

Dr. Delaney’s lecture scripted:

All condition associated with LUTS need a Bladder Diary.

Any condition associated with lower urinary tract symptoms needs a bladder diary. What I’ve found with the iUFlow is that: normally, where compliance with the bladder diary is less than 50%. And that’s less than 50% of people actually even make any attempt.

Only < 10% would actually do an accurate Bladder Diary

But you know, I’d say, probably really less than 10% would actually do an accurate Bladder Diary in terms of everything they’ve drunk and everything they’ve peed in a 72-hour period. With iUFlow, I’m finding the compliance rate, for at least voided volumes is well over 50%. Like it’s probably close to 90% and then a lot of them are putting in all their fluids and their bowel function. So I’m finding that the accuracy of the data we’re getting is so much better. The patients find it really, really, easy to use. Because they don’t need to measure anything. They don’t really need to clean anything. And from my point of view, the reliability of the data and the compliance is much better.

I use it as a diagnostic tool

I use it for a lot of feedback as a diagnostic tool. It really improves diagnosis. Because we’re also getting them to void in their normal situation. So we’re getting a lot of that artifact that trying to get patients set up for a flow in the office. You know how they come in with a full bladder, and they’re not too urgent that the flow machine is actually ready for them to go at the right time. So we really get, superb quality data. We get the quantitative assessment of the volume and flow. And so I really think it gives me accuracy of diagnosis.

The amount of data you get over a week, might seem excessive initially. But once you get used to reading the report, really you can read it in less than a minute. And get a great picture of what’s going on.

Dr Danielle Delaney How to get

Utilizing iUFlow Home Uroflow meter in your practice

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