Katie D McMillan

Katie D McMillan

May 31, 2022

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    About This Project

    FemTech describes technology to improve women's health. From ovulation bracelets to pelvic floor therapy apps, over 400 FemTech products have launched in the last 10 years to augment the field of reproductive healthcare. Few of these products are evidence-based or have undergone rigorous trials to prove that they work and are safe for patient and provider use. Our goal is to conduct a systematic review of FemTech published research to understand if the evidence supports clinical use.

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