Wednesday, December 07, 2022

Factsheet: Cyber Methods of Bladder Control



The adaptability of urology’s therapeutic techniques using frequency signals to control the bladder lies in thousands of related patents and methods. The exactness of methods intended for therapeutic or telemetry of communications circuits purposes is sufficiently documented by the authors. Cyber, waveform, and pulsed electric methodology remain separate from mRNA or DNA-related signals manipulations and controls. The most common methodologies are: 

  1. Pulse Generators
  2. TENS - Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
  3. Injections of wire implants:  Tibial nerve implant, legs, sphincter, or vagina:
  4. Spinal implant
  5. Vagus implant
  6. Direct bladder control system
  7. Waveforms from a “non-invasive device”: in contact with the skin or remotely

Sample of Methods related patents:

  1.  Pulse generators as low as 1Hz to 2.1Hz –130Hz to stimulate the bladder (see US Pat. No. 6,393,323 expired 2020) URL:
  2.  Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) - Injection of implant wires inside the vagina or sphincter to deliver electrical pulses to the bladder muscles. see URL:  
  3.  Cites animal testing on dogs and hind legs in references with grants from NIH, etc "Monitoring and regulating physiological states and functions via sensory neural inputs to the spinal cord"  (see US Pat. No. US000009622671B220170418) URL:  

A vast body of methodology documents access to the bladder with hydrogels and polymerase – yet rarely through patented DNA-related CAAT-type signals. 

Online Hydrogel bulking agent references:

  1. Wierzbicka, A, Krakos, M, Wilczek, P, Bociaga, D. A comprehensive review on hydrogel materials in urology: Problems, methods, and new opportunities. J Biomed Mater Res. 2022; 1- 27. doi:10.1002/jbm.b.35179   
  2. Gopinath, D., Smith, A. R., & Reid, F. M. (2012). Periurethral abscess following polyacrylamide hydrogel (Bulkamid) for stress urinary incontinence. International urogynecology journal, 23(11), 1645–1648.
  3. Chen, H., Wu, P., Xu, H., & Wang, C. (2021). Magnetic Agarose Microspheres/Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogel as a Trackable Bulking Agent for Vesicoureteral Reflux Treatment. Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology, 9, 746609.

Additional suspect methods may control a subject by affecting their urination flow and hygiene using nanoparticles or nano-tech ingested in medicines, food preservatives, and liquids. Advanced New technologies incorporate these nanoparticles and nano-tech into major organs such as the kidneys, liver, and heart as part of an in-body (IB) Internet of Bio-Nano Things IoBNT. Complications may be addressed by Urology or Nephrology authors. There is little documentation on deparasitation of the test subjects from yeasts and other bacteria that can cause inflammation or other adverse urinary tract reactions such as biotoxin illness. 

Nanoparticles- Nano-tech IoBNT Reference:       

  1. Chude Okonkwo, Uche & Malekian, Reza & Maharaj, B. & Chude, Chollette. (2015). Bio-Inspired Approach for Eliminating Redundant Nanodevices in the Internet of Bio-Nano Things. 10.1109/GLOCOMW.2015.7414163. 

The above is not medical or legal advice. It is intended to help educate those who are interested in the effects of EM signals.

Angela “Kikuchi” Kneale all rights reserved  originally posted at & @imperialnewsJ Twitter December 2021, February 2022 updated December 2022