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Upsylon™ Y-Mesh

and Colpassist™ Vaginal Positioning Device

Features lightweight, low surface area technology to minimize mesh contact with the vaginal wall. The mesh handling characteristics, large pores and blue color are designed for ease of positioning and fixation to assist with placement.

Key Resources

Product Brochure Procedure Videos Indications, Safety and Warnings
Indications, Safety and Warnings



Product Details

Comprehensive Mesh Specs

  • Mesh characteristics designed to provide stability for positioning and fixation
  • Large pores for ease of suture passing and visibility
  • Blue color designed to provide enhanced visualization of mesh against tissue


Leg Attachment Strength and Elongation Profile

Leg Attachment Strength and Method

Comparison to Restorelle Y Mesh and 13 knot suture pattern.

Elongation Profile: Y-Mesh

Benchmark Comparison of Upsylon to Restorelle Y Mesh


Colpassist Vaginal Positioning Device

The Colpassist Vaginal Positioning Device is the first device specifically designed for vaginal positioning in gynecologic procedures and as a suturing platform for vaginal wall fixation during sacrocolpopexy.

  • Two size end options create a flat suturing surface
  • Multi-direction vaginal manipulation during dissection and mesh placement


Ordering Information

Order Number UPN GTIN Description Quantity
831820 M0068318200 08714729839217 Upsylon Y-Mesh Each
831821 M0068318210
08714729848097 Colpassist Vaginal Positioning Device Each
831222 M0068318220 08714729848103 Upsylon Y-Mesh and Colpassist Vaginal Positioning Device Kit Each



Women's Health Reimbursement Resources

Procedure Videos

Demonstration videos are available on the Pelvic Floor Institute™ Website. Registration is required for access.

Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy Demonstration Video (with Upsylon™ Y-Mesh and Colpassist™ Vaginal Positioning Device) 

Colpassist Vaginal Positioning Device - Cadaveric Demonstration


Tools and Resources



Results based on bench testing. Bench testing may not be necessarily indicative of clinical performance.