State of the art transvaginal sacrospinous fixation system

The Anchorsure® system is a straight and thin device for a safe anchor placement at the sacrospinous ligament. The Anchorsure® system delivers a small anchor through the sacrospinous ligament providing a strong fixation and minimising potential pain to the patient. It can be used for spinous fixation in the treatment of vaginal prolapse after hysterectomy (according to Amreich – Richter). Other forms of fixation may need tight sutures knots around the ligament, that may compromise neurovascular structures.

Urinary Incontinence approximately affects 200 million people worldwide, according to the National Association for Continence (NAFC). It is estimated that between 75-80% are women.

Prevalence of incontinence in general population of females reported in 13 different studies.

Young adult, 20% to 30%; Middle age, 30% to 40%; Elderly, 30% to 50%.

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is essentially due to pelvic floor muscle weakness. It is loss of small amounts of urine with coughing, laughing, sneezing, exercising or other movements that increase intra-abdominal pressure on the bladder. Physical changes resulting from pregnancy, childbirth and menopause can often cause stress incontinence in women. In men it is a common problem following prostatectomy.

Non surgical treatments
Non surgical treatment options range from conservative treatment, behaviour management to medications. The success of treatment depends on the correct diagnosis.
Surgical treatments
Doctors usually suggest surgery to treat incontinence only after other options have been evaluated. Surgical options have a high success rate.
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