The big problem of urinary incontinence
Urinary incontinence is a problem that affects a large part of the adult female and male population. Most cases that have occurred are the result of complications from prostate surgery in men, or childbirth in women, for example. It happens sometimes during a medical intervention can damage the sphincter and causes that the patient suddenly lost the ability to control their needs.
Many products have been created to try to minimize the possible effects of prostate surgery, such as incontinence in a patient until that operation or the birth of a baby, did not suffer from that problem. All products offer a standard solution to end these problems. The only drawback is that not all patients offer an equal response to the same problem, and to the same solution. It is the solution for those complicated cases that cannot end urinary incontinence with normal surgery, with normal slings.
The REMEEX System
If each patient’s body has a different answer to surgical treatment, and some of them doesn’t find the solution to their incontinence problems with non adjustable slings, the solution to their problems should be personalized. That is why the Remeex System was created. Remeex means “Readjustable Mechanical External”.
This system offers the possibility, as well the name suggests, to adjust the prosthesis after surgery, whenever it is needed during patient’s lifetime. Until the appearance of the Remeex System, when a patient that had been operated on for incontinence doesn’t see his problem ended, once he was recovered from the operation he needed to go back into OR to replace the prosthesis again.
The Remeex System prevents that the patient should be intervened again if the first operation does not solve the problem. The Remeex System, available for men (MRS) and women (TRT), is adjusted from the outside, with a simple system shown in the video below. Here you will see the medical intervention and how it is able to adjust the system after the operation.
This simple but smart solution benefits not only the patients who use it. Doctors save time and money and reputation is improved, because the margin of error is substantially reduced. Accordingly, hospitals that administer this system can save a lot of money, considering that potential medical errors, the second operations, claims for medical mistakes… disappear almost completely.