Most » group insurance policies in Canada reimburse the treatment costs.
Ledoux Réflexe is a Canadian company with 58 years of experience in the treatment of nocturnal enuresis (commonly known as bedwetting) using a bedwetting alarm system.
How does the alarm work?
The bedwetting alarm (sound and vibration) is triggered as soon as the child releases a few drops of urine into the wireless sensor underwear, which helps the child develop a conditioned contraction reflex in the sphincter (the muscle under the bladder that controls urine flow).
For more information, click on » nocturnal bedwetting alarm.
Our Dry4ever® system is licensed by Health Canada (no. 72556) and meets the following safety standards: CSA (C22.2 601.1), UL (60601.1) and CENELEC (EN 60601.1). Ledoux Réflexe is conforming to ISO 9001:2008 and has been certified ISO 13485:2003 / Health Canada CMDCAS for medical devices.
According to a number of reliable medical sources (Canadian Paediatric Society, Dictionnaire de thérapeutique pédiatrique published by Hôpital Sainte-Justine, etc.), treatment should begin with drug-free conditioning therapy using an alarm. This is the most effective and affordable treatment and it has no side effects.
Follow-up program :
With the purchase of a Dry4ever® bedwetting system, we offer free access to personalized graphs created from daily log data input to our online follow-up software.
For more information about the graphs and the daily log, click on » follow-up.
Please click on » Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) to read answers to common questions.
We have a solution to the bedwetting problem. Your child will finally be able to say, “I don't wet the bed anymore!” and as a parent, you’ll see how easy it is to use the wireless sensor underwear..