DynaMesh®-SIS implants are designed as a midurethral sling for soft tissue reinforcement of the pelvic floor as part of the surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence caused by a hypermobile urethra and/or intrinsic sphincter deficiency.
(inside-out / bottom-up)
(inside-out & outside-in)
DynaMesh®-SIS implants are positioned using the inside-out technique in case of a retropubic tape position, and using the outsidein or inside-out technique in case of a transobturator tape position.
DynaMesh®-SIS implants have a thread on both ends of the sling, which aids fixation to the surgical instrument.
Several reusable instruments are available separately to assist the positioning of DynaMesh®-SIS implants:
Instrument for retropubic positioning of DynaMesh®-SIS implants through transvaginal access using the inside-out technique.
Diameter: 5-7 cm
Instrument set consisting of two instruments (right and left side) for transobturator positioning through transvaginal access using the inside-out or outside-in technique.
Instrument for transobturator positioning through transvaginal access using the outside-in technique.
||01 cm x 50 cm||PV211056F1||BX = 1 piece|
||01 cm x 50 cm||PV211056F3||BX = 3 pieces|
||01 cm x 50 cm||PV411056F1||BX = 1 piece|
||01 cm x 50 cm||PV411056F3||BX = 3 pieces|
||01 cm x 50 cm||PV471056F1||BX = 1 piece|
||01 cm x 50 cm||PV471056F3||BX = 3 pieces|
DynaMesh®-SIS soft (2)
DynaMesh®-SIS visible (3)
|Field of application||stress urinary incontinence (SUI)|
|Surgical technique||TVT – retropubic – inside-out /
TOT – transobturator – inside-out – outside-in
|Specially Warp-knitted Selvedges||
|Shape stability [TR1,TR12]||
|Defined elasticity [TR10]||
(1,2) / (3)
|Tear propagation resistance [101,2A,5B,52B,93A,27A]||
(Klinge’s classification ) [TR11]
Applies to all product sizes
Does not apply
[#] Reference “#” (see “References”)
[#A] Reference “#” (see “References”), “A”: limitation “animal trial”
[#B] Reference “#” (see “References”), “B”: limitation “in-vitro trial”
[TR#] Internal test-report (see “internal test-report references”