DynaMesh®

Tailored Implants made of PVDF

DynaMesh®-TSUS
DynaMesh®-TSUS soft

For the surgical treatment of stress and mixed urinary incontinence

Transobturatoric position of the tape, in “outside-in” technique.
Outstanding shape stability, defined elasticity, high effective porosity and atraumatic warp-knitted selvedges.


DM-SIS-transobturatoric

Transobturator(outside-in)

Single Use System
comprising:

Instrument

+ Implant
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DynaMesh®-SIS direct


DynaMesh®-SIS direct

DynaMesh®-SIS direct soft
with SOFT structure

 


Product range
DynaMesh®-TSUS (1)
S211050U1F1 Unit = 1 set
DynaMesh®-TSUS soft (2)
S411050U1F1 Unit = 1 set

 

Use and properties (Implant)
Product DynaMesh®-SIS direct (1)

DynaMesh®-SIS direct soft (2)

Field of application stress urinary incontinence (SUI) /
mixed urinary incontinence (MUI)
Surgical method transvaginal / transobturator
Fixation none
Optimal handling
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Optimal patient safety
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Optimal patient comfort
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Atraumatic selvedges
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No curling up
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Shape stability
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Defined elasticity
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Technical data (Implant)
Product DynaMesh®-SIS direct (1)

DynaMesh®-SIS direct soft (2)

Polymer (Monofilament) PVDF
Excellent biocompatibility
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Minimal foreign body reaction
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Reduced bacterial adherence
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High ageing resistance
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Optimal dynamometry
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Reactive surface (a) [m²/m²] 2.8 (1)

2.2 (2)

Maximum stability (b) [N/cm] 117 (1)

76 (2)

Elasticity (b) at 16 N/cm [%] 6 (1)

9 (2)

Textile porosity (c) [%] 63 (1)

70 (2)

Effective porosity (c) [%]] 57 (1)

67 (2)

Effective porosity at 2.5/16 N/cm(c) [%] 57/59 (1)

67/68 (2)

Classification (d) 1a

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Legends for the technical data

(a) Ratio of implant reactive surface area (thread surface) to implant surface area
(b) measured in the strip tensile test
(c) Mühl method [6]
(d) Klinge’s classification [8]