PROACT™

Adjustable Continence Therapy For Men

Control Starts with ProACT™,  Adjustable Continence Therapy for Men

The ProACT system is implanted within your body to assist in protection against accidental urine leakage.  This can occur during everyday activities such as coughing, sneezing, or physical activity.  Once ProACT is implanted, only you will know it is there.  While other devices require surgery for an adjustment, ProACT can be adjusted in a brief office visit to better match your individual needs.  ProACT can be inflated, deflated, or removed by your doctor, if necessary.  ProACT is also a passive therapy - meaning there is no need for you to manipulate the device at any time.  

WHAT IS PROACT?

ProACT, Adjustable Continence Therapy for Men consists of two small, adjustable, silicone balloons each connected with tubing to a port. The balloons are placed where the prostate was removed or resected. The fluid-filled balloons apply pressure to and support the bladder neck, which helps prevent accidental leakage of urine. The ports are placed just below the skin in your scrotum to allow your physician to adjust the balloon to meet your individual needs.

KEY DEVICE ELEMENTS:

  • Adjustable to meet individual and changing incontinence needs.  

  • No patient manipulation required. 

  • Minimally invasive day case that takes on average 30 minutes to complete.

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WHAT OUR PATIENTS HAVE TO SAY:

BOB // POST PROSTATE REMOVAL

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

“Bob had his prostate removed in April of 2011 due to prostate cancer. As a result, Bob was left with incontinence for seven years and was using 5-6 pads per day.

OUTCOME

After putting ProACT to the test, Bob now uses a light pad after the device was adjusted three times. As a result of meeting his individual continence needs, Bob has gotten his life back thanks to the ProACT therapy.

Results may vary. Not all patients respond the same. Bob received no compensation for this testimonial.

The potential risks with the ProACT implant procedure include perforation, migration, erosion, infection, and other risks. If an infection occurs at the implant site, it can be treated with antibiotics. If a more serious side effect occurs (e.g., perforation, migration, erosion), ProACT can be completely removed in an office setting. See ProACT Safety Information Sheet for further safety information. Your Doctor is your best source for further information on the risks and benefits of ProACT.

FIND A PHYSICIAN NEAR YOU

Ready to reclaim your continence, find a ProACT implanter near you!

URO-GBL-20-014

1840 BERKSHIRE LN N

PLYMOUTH, MN 55441

763-694-9880

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