This device provides a non-invasive cuff test in investigating men with Lower Urinary Tract Symptomes (LUTS) rapidly. This technology allows the measurement of the urinary flow rate as well as the bladder pressure causing this flow to the patient. Using the CT3000, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) can be identified. BPH is the non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland, which is the gland beneath the bladder that is the size of a walnut. According to the NICE, BPH leads to the narrowing of the urethra due to the enlargement of the prostate. This, in turn, leads to a Bladder Outlet Obstruction and eventually to LUTS. However, the gold standard diagnostic exam for investigating this kind of phenomena is the Pressure-Flow Study, which unfortunately is a truly invasive test that requires enormous expense and expenditure in treating suspicious BPH. It is not only expensive but time-consuming, as well, and requires comprehensive skills to analyze and interpret the results.