ABSTRACT: Continuous measurement of bladder volume is of great interest to patients with paraplegia. Since they lost the ability to percept bladder fullness and are unable to develop the urge to urinate, frequent self-catheterisation due to a fixed time scheme is necessary. Continuous, non-invasive measurement of bladder volume based on impedance measurements is a promising approach to advance from a fixed time scheme to a demand-driven self-catheterisation. In this work, the influence of electrode position on bladder volume measurement sensitivity is explored by finite element simulation.