The implantable DynaMesh-PRM meshes were designed for the male urinary stress incontinence treating, for lenient to severe cases, through the transobturator suburethral sling technique.
Specification: The mesh is constructed from polyvinylidene difluoride mesh (PVDF) biologically stable and with no reabsorption.
Implantable mesh for the treatment of male urinary incontinence..
- 100% monofilament polyvinylidene fluoride.
- High form stability and defined elasticity.
- Highly effective porosity.
- Easy handling.
- Atraumatic edges.
After several years of implementation in different surgical specialties, the performance of polymer PVDF has proven its superiority when compared to polypropylene. The PVDF preserves the integrity and stability of the surface of the fiber, bringing safety to patients for long periods.