Urology and Pelvic Health
Delivering Meaningful Innovation
Leading the Way in Urology. The 2015 acquisition of the AMS Men’s Health and Prostate Health businesses solidified our commitment to and leadership in the urology market. Our combined portfolio and team unite nearly 75 years of urology experience. We support our customers in the treatment of kidney stones, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), erectile dysfunction, male incontinence and pelvic floor disorders. In addition, we continue to invest in gynecologic surgical solutions for the treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding and uterine fibroids.
Changing the Scope Market. LithoVue™ Single-Use Digital Flexible Ureteroscope delivers detailed high-resolution digital images for high-quality visualization and seamless navigation—to help urologists remove kidney stones quickly, easily, safely and affordably. By eliminating the operational inefficiencies and cost of reusable ureteroscopes, LithoVue™ System is changing the way our customers think about flexible ureteroscopy.
Conditions We Treat
Solutions We Offer
* Data on file at Boston Scientific. For patients who undergo surgical therapy for ED.
1. Data on file at Boston Scientific.
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