REDUCING THE 
GLOBAL RECURRENCE
OF KIDNEY STONES

10% of the world's population is affected by kidney stones

Urolithiasis, the formation of kidney stones in the urinary tract, is a global disease. 10% of the world's population will be affected by kidney stones. About 2 million people in Europe and the USA need a medical intervention every single year. Up to 50% of the patients need a follow-up treatment within a few years. 

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Surgeons must fragment stones, individually localize fragments and extract them one by one by using a basket. However, baskets are ill-suited to capture and retrieve multiple stone fragments at once and to capture small fragments or dust, causing a high recurrence rate.  

Why go after stones when they can come to us?

Dymium developed a technology to turn kidney stone fragments into magnetizable objects.  The surgeon can attract stone fragments and dust magnetically which significantly improves stone clearance and drastically reduces recurrence for patients.

 

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Team

Dymium is an interdisciplinary group operating at the Bioseparation Engineering Group of Technical University of Munich and at Klinikum rechts der Isar.

Dr. Sebastian Schwaminger

Michael Wengler

Shyam Srinivasan

Florian Ebel

Scientific Lead
Regulatory Lead
Tech Lead
Business Lead
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Project Partners & Sponsors

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