The revolution in female sling surgery
sensiTVT – Adapts intra-operatively to patient’s anatomy
Tunnellers leave a smaller diameter tunnel in which cause traditional slings to fold! Nerves in the area may be compromised, potentially leading to so called “idiopathic sling failures” with symptoms such as discomfort, pain, voiding difficulties or de novo urge incontinence.
Treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) has been performed since 1997 with TVT slings. 10 years data after implantation
of adjustable A.M.I. slings show excellent and durable results. Still, innovation doesn’t stop. A.M.I. is the first company to bring to the market this new sling concept of sensiTVT. sensiTVT makes sense because it passively adapts sub- and paraurethrally to the patient’s anatomy.