We have all seen the pink ribbons that remind us about breast cancer. Now Avie Products has developed a product that is a partner in breast health: the Cue breast exam reminder.
Cue is a waterproof, electronic device that contains a self-exam reminder, a clock, a timer (so you also know when your conditioner has been in your hair for a minute), a doctor’s visit reminder, and more. It’s intended to be mounted in the shower/bath so that breasts can be examined in privacy--as well as with soapy hands so that there is less friction during the process.
Once the physical exam is complete, the woman should do a visual exam in a mirror as well.
This is a slick use of technology that when used in conjunction with other types of clinical imaging exams will only help women find breast cancers earlier when they’re most successfully treatable.
The Cue Breast Exam Reminder
1. Waterproof Electronic Reminder Devices - The Cue breast exam reminder showcases the trend of waterproof electronic reminder devices that help individuals maintain healthy habits even in the shower.
2. Integrating Health Reminder Products - Avie Products' Cue demonstrates the trend of integrating health reminder products into everyday routines, offering a seamless way for women to remember important breast exams.
3. Enhancing Privacy and Convenience in Health Practices - The Cue breast exam reminder addresses the trend of enhancing privacy and convenience in health practices by providing a mountable device that enables women to examine their breasts in the shower with soapy hands.
1. Healthcare Technology - The Cue breast exam reminder presents an opportunity for the healthcare technology industry to develop more innovative devices that promote preventive care and early detection of diseases.
2. Personal Care Products - In the field of personal care products, the integration of health reminders like Cue exemplifies an opportunity to create new offerings that cater to individuals' health and wellness needs.
3. Medical Imaging - By combining the use of Cue with other types of clinical imaging exams, the medical imaging industry can explore disruptive innovation opportunities in improving the detection and treatment of breast cancers.