Tag Archives: Pelvic organ prolapse

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.

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Neomedic International has participated in the European Association of Urology Annual Congress (EAU 2013), that has taken place in the city of Milan, from 15th to 19th of March. Taking advantage of this excellent opportunity, many urologists, urogynecologists and other … Continue reading

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When need to perform a sacrospinous ligament fixation we can use some different approaches. Surgeons usually prefer to perform vaginal sacrospinous fixation, because it is less invasive for the patient and you can arrive to the ligament and perform the … Continue reading

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MIPS. The minimally invasive prolapse solution.

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

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Anchorsure System. The state of art of sacrospinous fixation systems.

One of the major problems for many surgeons in the urogynecology field, during a surgical intervention is when placing an implant such as a prothesis or mesh, was the possibility of locating inside the body a safe place where to … Continue reading

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