Incontinence Prescription for Male and Female Patients
The rapid advancement of urinary tract surgery has resulted in a wide range of surgical procedures for the bladder, prostate, and urethra. Impacts to the bladder outlet or sphincter zone can cause a degree of urinary incontinence occurs. The loss of voluntary control may be mild and inconsequential or more problematic.
Surgery that may cause these problems includes trans-urethral resection of prostate tissue for benign prostatic hypertrophy, prostatectomy for prostate cancer, and other interventions that often occur in conjunction with radiotherapy damage to the bladder outlet area.
As incontinence greatly inconveniences patients, a wide range of surgical and non-surgical therapies have been developed. A range of useful devices and surgical solutions will provide options for patients seeking help to restore continence. Unfortunately, many devices currently available are potentially hazardous as prolonged use may lead to vascular impairment, skin damage, or infection.
Dr. Pacey, a trained vascular surgeon, has applied anatomic knowledge and vascular techniques to device design, and as a result a, new products are being made available via Pacey MedTech Ltd. and other online resources when appropriate arrangements are complete. Pacey MedTech Ltd. devices are safe and effective for daily usage.
Future Blog Posts will identify the relevant anatomic issues and describe solutions. The business will also begin a subscription model for users to continue to learn and benefit from the serial innovations planned in the future.