The Latest Revolution in Treatment of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence
sensiTVT adapts intra-operatively to the patient’s anatomy while the suburethral part of the sling positions smoothly below the urethra, correlating to the surgical preparation. Traditional slings, which consists of a strip of equally wide material, have a tendency to transform a part of their tension to the para - and suburethral area whereas sensiTVT passively articulates joints on both sides of the urethra.
sensiTVT-A is equipped with two groups of integrated sutures, which are left outside the skin following surgery, enabling optimal adjustment up to five days post-operatively. sensiTVT-A is especially indicated for patients after failed previous surgery, e. g. patients with low urethral mobility, patients with intrinsic sphincter deficiency (ISD) or obese patients.
Treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) has been performed since 1997 with TVT slings. 10 years of data after implantation of A.M.I. slings shows excellent and durable results.
469 patients treated:
- 27.3% of patients required adjustment
- 90.4% of patients were completely dry
- 0.6% erosion rate