Dr Hilal Malem invents the world’s first wearable enuresis alarm in Nottingham, UK.
The first article is published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) by Malem, Knapp & Hiller. This article announced the invention of the wearable enuresis alarm and demonstrated its benefits and effectiveness.
The Queen Square Bladder Stimulator™ is produced, in conjunction with the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery at Queen Square, London. This product is designed to assist those with neurological disorders, e.g. MS, empty their bladder without the need for catheterisation.
Dr Malem develops a wireless bedwetting alarm system, for children that prefer not to have an alarm attached to their pyjama top whilst they sleep. The wireless design also enables the alarm to sound in multiple rooms if required.
Malem Medical wins its first award at the ACA conference.
The unique Easy-Clip© sensor is designed. This enables children to attach a sensor securely onto the outside of their underwear, providing a comfortable solution to their bedwetting treatment.
A range of fall prevention sensors are designed to reduce the risk of falling in various situations around the home and in hospital settings, all of which are compatible with the range of Malem alarms.
The world’s first recordable bedwetting alarm is invented by Malem Medical. This allows the most personal treatment for enuresis, as a personalised message can be recorded and used to alert the user. This is especially popular for those with special needs and autism.
The world’s only recordable vibro-watch is developed to assist those with dementia/memory loss and aid independent living at home.
Malem Medical is awarded the NHS Supply contract.
Malem Medical invents the first bedwetting alarm to connect to a mobile smartphone, enabling data about the number of wetting incidents to be digitally recorded.