The AdVanceXP Male Sling is placed in the body and supports the urethra to help restore bladder control. Most patients (89.4%) have long-term success with the AdVance Male Sling.42
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THE ADVANCE XP SLING IS DESIGNED TO TREAT STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE (SUI).24
The AdVance XP Sling is designed to stop leakage by supporting the sphincter muscle. The sling is a strip of soft mesh placed inside the body. The AdVance XP Male Sling moves the sphincter back to its natural position to help restore bladder control. The AdVance XP Sling requires no action by the patient to function.
The sling procedure is usually done on an outpatient basis and is performed under anesthesia. Small openings are made to access the urethra and the urinary sphincter. The sling is placed under the urethra and tensioned to reposition the urethra and optimize the sphincter’s function. Most patients are continent immediately following the procedure and can resume normal, non-strenuous activities within a few days.24
As with any medical procedure, complications may occur. Some risks include, but are not limited to, device failure, urinary retention, post-operative pain, irritation at the wound site and foreign body response.24 Click here for additional safety information.
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Talk to a urologist specializing in the treatment of male stress urinary incontinence to determine the best option for you.
*Patient satisfaction rates reflect research results with use of the AdVance Male Sling
Caution: U.S. Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.