Pelvic floor disorders impact the lives of far too many women. That’s why Boston Scientific is investing in new technology, supporting clinical research globally, and developing physician and patient education to enhance your surgical experience and improve patient outcomes. We will continue to deliver a growing portfolio of clinically supported products, so you can confidently treat pelvic floor disorders in the way that best serves your patients. Boston Scientific is dedicated to you — and to bringing more life, more hope and more health to women around the world.

Our Women’s Health focus is on the treatment of stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, and how you can drive efficiencies and patient education in your practice.

 

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New Study Compares Impact of Two Single-Incision Slings on the Vagina Using Ovine Model

New data presentation compares host response to a stiffer mesh, Altis™ SIS, to that of the less stiff Solyx™ SIS in an ovine model using histomorphological and biochemical outcomes.

New Studies Demonstrate Cost-effectiveness and Long-Term Safety of Mid-urethral Slings for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Two new studies highlight the cost-effectiveness and long-term safety of slings to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

Presentations at AUGS/IUGA 2019 Joint Scientific Meeting Focus on Sexual Function for Women with Pelvic Floor Disorders

The AUGS/IUGA 2019 Joint Scientific Meeting featured presentations from leading urogynecologists on the topic of sexual function following sling surgery. Sexual function pioneer Rebecca Rogers, MD discussed the future of treating pelvic floor disorders and Amanda White, MD presented secondary findings for sexual function from Boston Scientific’s 522 prospective study comparing the Solyx™ Single Incision Sling (SIS) System to the gold-standard transobturator mid-urethral sling (TMUS).

Case Study: New Software + Nurse Navigator = Faster Time to SUI Treatment for Patients

Despite the availability of multiple treatment options, Boston Scientific research has found that patients with quality of life conditions like stress urinary incontinence (SUI) often wait 6-10 years or more to seek minimally invasive or surgical procedures.

Minimally Invasive Single-Incision Mesh Procedure Is Durable, Safe and Effective Treatment for SUI

Data presented at the 2018 AUGS annual meeting in Chicago demonstrated that the Solyx™ Single Incision Sling (SIS) System achieved treatment success, meeting all primary and secondary endpoints in a three-year study of 281 women with stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

Stress Urinary Incontinence: Guiding Patients from Symptoms through Treatment

In 2017, Boston Scientific set out to understand why women delay seeking treatment for SUI and what can be done to help them get treatment sooner.

Educating Patients and Physicians via Pelvic Floor Institute

Peter Rosenblatt, MD
Director, Division of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
Boston Urogynecology Associates
Dr. Rosenblatt shares how the resources available through the Pelvic Floor Institute have been invaluable to his ongoing education and interactions with patients.

Vegas to Puerto Rico: Resetting and Revitalizing Your Career with Medical Mission Trips

Warren Volker, MD, PhD
Chief Clinical Officer, Healthcare Partners: A DaVita Medical Group, CEO, WellHealth Quality Care Division
Dr. Volker shares how his humanitarian trip to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria revitalized his medical practice, and he gives guidance on how others can plan similar mission trips.

Laparoscopic vs. Robotic Sacrocolpopexy

Interview with John Crane, MD, Director of Robotic Surgery, Banner Health; and Kim Kenton, MD, Chief of Urogynecology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Northwestern Medicine
Two leaders in the field of abdominal sacrocolpopexy – Drs. John Crane and Kim Kenton – share their perspectives on the procedure itself, as well as laparoscopic vs. robotic approaches.

Using Social Media in Your Practice to Engage Patients in Their Health

Jeff Livingston, MD
ObGyn and CEO, MacArthur Medical Center
Dr. Livingston shares his firsthand experience with social media channels to disseminate health information and create online communities for patients to share their experiences.
 
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