LABORIE Celebrates 45th Anniversary

LABORIE Celebrates 45th Anniversary

LABORIE introduced the first computerized Urodynamics system in the early 1980’s after almost two decades of being a leading distributor of medical equipment throughout Canada. Immediately, LABORIE became the industry leader for manufacturing Urodynamics systems and related products throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Today, their offices are located in the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, France, Brazil, Belgium and China. LABORIE’s full line of Urodynamics systems, including Aquarius®, Dorado™ KT, Delphis™ and Goby®, have become the most commonly used Urodynamics systems all over the world.

Over the past three decades, LABORIE has enjoyed many “industry firsts”, including the first to use a Windows-based operating system, incorporate BluetoothTM technology, and offer a completely wireless Urodynamics system and the first to offer true HL7 integration to almost any Electronic Health Records System. LABORIE has also expanded their product offerings to help customers provide better pelvic floor diagnostics and treatments via innovative products, such as Urostym® Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation System, injeTAK® Cystoscopy Needles for Botulinum Toxin Type A injections into the bladder wall, AquaVu™ USB-based 360o Trans-Rectal Ultrasound Probe and the eN-CAM® fully digital Endoscopic Imaging System.

“LABORIE continues to strive to provide innovative technologies that will better diagnose and treat patients with pelvic floor issues,” stated Rob Laborie. “The vision set by Ray Laborie, 45 years ago, to improve health care through Quality, Innovation, Service and Satisfaction, carries on today and will for many years to come.”

About LABORIE

LABORIE (www.laborie.com), headquartered in Toronto, Canada, is a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of innovative medical technology and consumables used for the diagnosis and treatment of Urinary and Fecal Incontinence, as well as other pelvic floor disorders in the Urology, Gynecology, and Colorectal fields.