Noninvasive Medical Technologies Helps Make Young Tennessee Woman's Wishes Come True

Due to surgery to remove an invasive pituitary tumor, Kristin Shumpert of Oak Ridge, TN, suffers from diabetes insipidus. Regulating thirst and urination becomes a difficult task with DI when controlled by vasopressin. Over medicated, one can become overhydrated and suffer water intoxication. Undermedicated, there is a danger of dehydration.

Kristin's mother read about a device developed by Noninvasive Medical Technologies, Inc.: "ZOE(TM), an FDA-approved noninvasive medical device that monitors a person's fluid status using bioimpedence." She contacted the company, and long-story-short, they were able to help Kristin.

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