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How it works


The IPUD device acts like an implantable bypass of the kidneys.

By induction of controlled hydrostatic pressure gradient protocol, extracellular systemic fluid (not ascites fluid) is drawn via the peritoneal membranes through the flat absorption chamber towards the urinary system. Congestion is prevented with continuous, 24/7, slow drainage of excess isotonic systemic fluids, completely independent of the kidney and not limited to local cavity.

Wirelessly Configurable
Monitoring Features
No Circulation Contact
Low Infection Risk
Systemic Isotonic Fluids


The absorption chamber is delivered percutaneously, via single access, a simple procedure, with no need for anchoring or additional tooling. The delivery system enables a quick deployment of the device within the peritoneal cavity.


Single access and simple procedure, with no additional tool nor need for anchoring

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With Paragate system, the patient is continuously treated and monitored by the cloud based management platform. All patients needs to do is to wirelessly recharge the device on a weekly basis.

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Mechanism of Action

Removal of systemic extracellular fluid is enabled by relying on two known principles

the Peritoneal Dialysis, from which permeability properties of the peritoneal membranes and the ability to access systemic extracellular fluid are known

Peripheral Ultrafiltration, which has established application of vacuum instead of chemical pressure gradient


Peritoneal Dialysis

Oncotic pressure gradient draws systemic fluid until reaching osmotic balance


Implantable Peritoneal Ultrafiltration

Hydrostatic pressure gradient draws systemic isotonic extracellular fluid

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