A good solution for Vault Prolapse
Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy is one of the most recommended solutions for Vaginal Vault Prolapse treatment. This is an intervention which involves supporting the vault of the vagina to the sacrum promontorium, by using a synthetic mesh.
It is a minimally invasive intervention, with good post-op for the patient, but it has the disadvantage that surgeon must suture three times inside the body. Suturing by laparoscopy is one of those complicated things that surgeons prefer to avoid, so suturing three times in the same surgery is an important loss of time and energy that everyone would like to save.
The Uplift System is designed to correct Vault Prolapse with less suturing than normal laparoscopic solutions. Surgeon can attach easily anchors to the sacrum promontorium, saving suturing time during the surgery. The anchors are tipless and atraumatic and they provide with a reliable mesh promonto fixation.
Another interesting feature of the Uplift System is that surgeon is using a one-piece laser pre-cutted mesh, so he won’t need to cut the mesh during the intervention. Being laser pre-cutted means that the erosion risk will be lower, because the edges of the mesh will be softer than in a mesh cutted with scissors.