Prolapse reconstruction mesh EndoGYNious
cystocelelaparoscopic approachwomen

prolapse reconstruction mesh
prolapse reconstruction mesh
prolapse reconstruction mesh
prolapse reconstruction mesh
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Mesh type
Type of prolapse
Surgical technique
laparoscopic approach
Patient type


Y-shaped mesh for laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy: Ultralight weight mesh: 21 g/m² Very high porosity: 93% Isoelastic with a hexagonal structure Sacrocolpopexy and sacrocervicopexy (open, laparoscopic, robot-assisted) belong to the established procedures in pelvic organ prolapse surgery in women. Anterior and posterior vaginal walls are prepared, then EndoGYNious is attached to the vaginal tissue and / or to the cervix. The proximal ends of the mesh are fixed to the os sacrum or to the sacral promontory. By doing this, EndoGYNious gives an apical support of the vagina / cervix. Which criteria are relevant for an effective treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and for high patient satisfaction? Long-term flexibility of vaginal tissue Preservation of a certain apical mobility Fast ingrowth of the mesh along with good re-collagenisation and re-vascularisation Durable support to prevent recurrence of apical prolapse What EndoGYNious offers: An apical stabilisation for pelvic organ prolapse correction Double-layer mesh on the proximal end for firm fixation to the os sacrum or sacral promontory Isoelastic single-layer mesh body around the vaginal tissue to keep flexibility of vaginal tissue as high as possible: hexagonal mesh structure, ultralight weight mesh body A minimum of foreign material for minimal foreign body reactions: 21 g/m² Very high porosity (93%) for a wide tissue surface allowing re-collagenisation and re-vascularisation


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