The Surelift System: A new procedure for pelvic floor reconstruction. Better design, better mesh, better fixation.

The Surelift System: the transvaginal mesh with the best sacrospinous ligmaent fixation.

In surgical management for treating pelvic organ prolapse, the use of surgical meshes has become increasingly common, especially for cases of recurrent pelvic organ prolapse. Four-armed meshes are usually used for the reconstruction of the cystocele.  The anterior distale part of the mesh are inserted around the descendent pubic branch and the dorsocranial arms are fixed on the arcus tendineus near the ischia spine, inserted with a tunneler through the obturator foramen behind the musculus obturatorus internus.

Using this procedure the cystocele can be corrected well. However, the apical part of the vagina is not suspended sufficiently. This problem often appears in cases with a long vagina and can lead to a relapsing level-I prolapse. The mesh also tends to wrinkle due to insufficient tension of the mesh in longitudinal direction. Another problem of this technology is that the distance of both arm pairs is fixed and cannot be adjusted to the individual length of the vagina and the pelvic shape.

The Surelift System is a good solution for prolapseSurelift (Neomedic International) has an additional fixation of the mesh at the sacrospinous ligament, so that the level we can also be well fixed.

Here the mesh is stretched in longitudinal direction to prevent the formation of wrinkles (another meshes like Prolift, of Johnson & Johnson have had that problem). The fixation at the sacrospinous ligament follows through an easily placeable anchor system, the Anchorsure, thus avoiding a more invasive procedure with the usual tunneler. The thread fixation can be adapted individually to the suspension.

The length of the mesh can be varied optimally for each individual situation through an incision in the distal-caudal part of the mesh. With this method we have a stable fixation and the mesh is tension-free and without wrinkles. This 6-point fixation comes closest to the physiological postion of the vagina. Additionally, this system is adaptable to every vaginal and pelvic shape. The same procedure can be also applied for the posterior pelvic floor prolapse (rectocele). Here it is possible with an adaptable mesh to correct the prolapse of the posterior vaginal wall.

The Surelift System is a good method for reconstruction of pelvic floor with an additional suspension of level one without wrinkling of the mesh. A new minimal invasive vaginal sacrospinous fixation system substitutes a more invasive tunneler with penetration of the ischiorectal space, with the advantatge that it is non exclusive for Surelift: Anchorsure can be used for other meshes and other procedures (like Ritcher) that need to anchor the sacrospinous.

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Founded more than 20 years ago, Neomedic International is a company totally focused on providing the Medical field with added value surgical methods, solutions and innovative products, which improve physician's quality of work as well as patient's quality of life. At this blog we will try to give you more information and news from the field of medicine in general, but especially about medical advances for urinary incontinence, vaginal prolapse and agenesis.
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