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Tag Archives: mesh
Male Stress Urinary Incontinence: Mild, Moderate or Severe. When a man is suffering Stress Urinary Incontinence, one of the most important things to define is the level of incontinence of the patient, because this information will guide surgeon to decide … Continue reading
American Urogynecological Association Position Statement on the Restriction of Surgical Options for Pelvic Floor Disorders
The American Urogynecological Association (AUGS) position about Transvaginal Mesh Implants situation and how health insurances and medical organizations must be acting, for the sake of patients. Click to read AUGS President’s Perspective about this issue.
What is POP? Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) is the detachment of one or more of the pelvic floor organs through the vaginal canal. This is a condition that affects millions of women worldwide. Its causes can be diverse: childbirth, previous … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
In the Continence Market there are different types of surgical solutions. Slings are the most common treatment option to treat this disorder. The most complete and successful treatment option are the re-adjustable slings, for Male and for Female Incontinence. But … Continue reading