• ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER

    • Invasive procedure

    • Indicated for Moderate/Severe SUI

    • Requires surgery to adjust

    • Active Therapy

    • Difficult to explant

    • High Revision Rate

    • 1-1.5-hour long procedure

  • PROACT

    • Minimally Invasive procedure

    • Indicated for all severities of SUI (Mild, Moderate, Severe)

    • Adjustable in office

    • Passive Therapy

    • Easily explanted

    • Comparable revision rate

    • 20-30-minute procedure

  • MALE SLING

    • Invasive procedure

    • Indicated for Mild/Moderate SUI

    • Passive Therapy

    • Very difficult to explant

    • 1+ hour procedure

DEVICE INFORMATION:

 

ProACT Balloon: Each device consists of one silicone balloon connected with tubing to a self-sealing titanium port that is used for adding and subtracting volume to the balloon. Each implantation requires two balloons: one on each side of the bladder neck. 

Implantation Set: Consists of the u-channel sheath that is used to deliver the balloon to the bladder neck, a sharp trocar, and a syringe.

Blunt Trocar: A blunt-tipped trocar that is interchanged with the sharp-tipped trocar after the pelvic floor has been passed.

TED II: The tissue expanding device is used to assist in the creation of space in order to place the balloon in the proper A/P position. 

1840 BERKSHIRE LN N

PLYMOUTH, MN 55441

763-694-9880

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