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AMS 700TM INFLATABLE PENILE PROSTHESIS

The AMS 700 Series is the market-leading inflatable penile prosthesis (IPP) line that urologists have chosen for more than half a million patients as a clinically proven, durable and permanent erectile dysfunction treatment.1

With Boston Scientific, you can help more patients safely resume a satisfying sexual intimacy with their partners while providing optimal clinical outcomes and ensuring your peace of mind.

 

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Designed for Satisfaction and Confidence

 

The results are highly satisfying for both patients and their partners after getting an AMS 700 Implant.

 
 
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Sophisticated Cylinder Construction
Layered with silicone and fabric designed to maintain a symmetrical shape1
Natural Appearance
Natural look in both flaccid and erect states with three sizing options1,6-8
Increased Length and Girth
The only IPP with cylinders designed to increase length and girth1
 
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Reduced Risk of Infection
The only line of penile implants with InhibiZone antibiotics impregnated into the cylinders and proven for over 20 years to reduce infections by 65% in the highest risk patients4
High Partner and Patient Satisfaction
Patient and partner satisfaction rate of 97% and 96%, respectively9
Personalized Patient Care
Support patients throughout the ED journey with virtual and in-person education to help raise awareness, access and enablement including benefits verification and coverage assistance
 
   

Designed for Protection

 

The innovative AMS 700 IPP is the only penile prosthesis line impregnated with the proprietary InhibiZone™ Antibiotic Surface Treatment, so you can trust that it is also the only one clinically proven to reduce the risk of infection.2-5

The AMS 700 series comes ready for the procedure – no mixing, no dipping required. Instead, you can confidently start each procedure ready to go, eliminating unnecessary extra steps to help standardize your surgical approach, reduce OR variables that increase risk, and ultimately enhance procedure efficiency. 

Two Weeks vs. Two Hours

 

The InhibiZone Treatment is a minocycline/rifampin antibiotic solution impregnated into the silicone layers of the prosthesis and is gradually released over two weeks versus a burst of antibiotics in minutes to hours with competitor products.1,10 The AMS 700 Prosthesis comes ready for the procedure – no mixing, no dipping required – reducing extra steps for you and your staff.

Week vs. Hours.

infection reduction in first-time implants3

infection reduction in revision procedures5

infection reduction in high-risk patients with diabetes4

   
   
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If you have used this product and would like to share your story on the treatment of erectile dysfunction, we have created a page where you can read and submit your own stories.

   
   

Learn more about the AMS 700 Prosthesis 

 

For more videos visit on AMS 700 visit our YouTube channel here.

   

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Designed for Protection

Designed for Protection

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Designed for Confidence

Physician Sell Sheet

Physician Sell Sheet

AMS 700 LGX Brochure

AMS 700 LGX Brochure

   

Clinical Articles

 
In January 2019, BMC Urology published Experience with AMS 700 LGX penile prostheses for preserving penile length in Korea.
In May 2017, The Asian Journal of Andrology published Comparison of the patient and partner satisfaction with 700CX and Titan penile prostheses.
In December 2009, European Urology published Comparative Assessment of Antimicrobial Activities of Antibiotic-Treated Penile Prostheses.
In July 2011, European Urology published Long-Term Infection Rates in Diabetic Patients Implanted With Antibiotic-Impregnated Versus Nonimpregnated Inflatable Penile Prostheses: 7-Year Outcomes.
In November 2013, The Journal of Sexual Medicine published Comparison between AMS 700™ CX and Coloplast™ Titan Inflatable Penile Prosthesis for Peyronie's Disease Treatment and Remodeling: Clinical Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction.
In January 2000, European Urology published AMS Three–Piece Inflatable Implants for Erectile Dysfunction: A Long–Term Multi–Institutional Study in 200 Consecutive Patients.
   
For more educational resources, visit EDUCARE, an interactive online resource center which offers healthcare professionals a personalized experience. Access a wide range of content on demand ranging from procedural videos to hands-on training sessions - in one convenient location.
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