DynaMesh®

Tailored Implants Made of PVDF

DynaMesh®-CESA

DynaMesh®-CESA implants have been specially developed for pelvic floor reconstruction, and particularly for reinforcing or replacing the uterosacral ligaments, in laparoscopic or open surgical technique.
The implants are used in the treatment of a prolapse of the internal genitalia, such as a cervical stump prolapse.


DynaMesh®-CESAProduct RangeUse and PropertiesVideosDownloadsLiterature

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DynaMesh®-CESA
03 cm x 04 cm PV740404F1 BX = 1 piece
DynaMesh®-CESA
03 cm x 04 cm PV740404F3 BX = 3 pieces
Product DynaMesh®-CESA
Field of application cervical stump prolapse
Surgical access laparoscopic / open
Surgical technique cervicosacropexy (CESA)
bilateral
Fixation on cervical stump
sutures
Fixation on sacrum
sutures / tacks
Atraumatic selvedges
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Shape stability
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Defined elasticity
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Visible technology
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Polymer (monofilament)
PVDF
Biocompatibility gruene_punkte
Ageing resistance gruene_punkte
Dynamometry gruene_punkte
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Classification (Klinge’s classification [8])) 1a

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Broschure: DynaMesh®-CESA

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DynaMesh® Catalogue

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Literatur: Implant Material / Product Design / DynaMesh® visible / Implant Fixation

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Literature: Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse

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DynaMesh®-CESA
(CErvico-SAcropexy)

The surgical technique CESA is a modified abdominal cervicosacropexy procedure (laparoscopic/open), in which the uterosacral ligaments are bilaterally reinforced or replaced by the implant.

DynaMesh®-IVT02 instrument for DynaMesh®-CESA in retroperitoneal tape position through laparotomic access. Reusable instrument made of surgical steel.
Length: 32 cm

  • Extraperitoneal tunnelling
  • Anatomically adapted to the pelvis
  • Eyelet on instrument tip with slanted, atraumatic edges
  • Use in laparoscopy
  • Reusable instrument


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