Sacrohysteropexy: laparoscopic, uterus preserving
HyGYNious has been developed for the well-established sacrohysteropexy procedure. HyGYNious offers a correction of the cystocele/rectocele by placing the posterior mesh deep into the lesser pelvis and the anterior mesh deep under the bladder.
The preservation of the uterus is achieved by guiding the two mesh strips of the anterior mesh through two openings in the cardinal ligament and then fixating to the posterior cervix. The suspension of the prolapse is carried out by placing the posterior mesh between rectum and vagina with cervical attachment and tension-free fixation to the promontory.
Which criteria could be relevant for an effective treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and for high patient satisfaction?
- Preservation of the uterus
- 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 with cystocele/rectocele