Radiology, endoscopy and pelvic floor

DYNAMESH® Male Stress Urinary Incontinence



DynaMesh®-PRM implants, made of PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride), are used to support and stabilise connective tissue structures and ligaments. Common applications are suburethral slings for treating male stress urinary incontinence.

General features of DynaMesh® PVDF meshes:

  • A specific mesh for each indication: there is no single fabric structure for all indications, universal, for all cases («One for All»). As each indication has different requirements for mesh implants, each of them needs an individual solution, a tailor-made approach.
  • Warp-Knitted Fabric: DynaMesh® products are not woven or conventionally knitted, but warp-knitted. This technology, unlike any other, makes it possible to make specific variations in the shape and structure of a textile implant, which means that we can construct features with different characteristics in different places within the structure. It is impossible to achieve a more accurate adaptation of implants to the relevant indication.
  • Biocompatibility: PVDF mesh structures have good biocompatibility (assessed according to ISO 10993) and show significantly lower granuloma formation (scar tissue). Therefore, the risk of undesirable foreign body reactions is minimised.
  • Reduced bacterial adhesion: pure PVDF implants show a reduced bacterial adhesion, which is of great importance in general, but especially in all open techniques, as the risk of infection decreases significantly.
  • Ageing Resistance: a long-term study over seven years has proven this, The condition of the PVDF surface remains unchanged, filaments are still stable, nothing becomes brittle.
  • Minimum reactive surface: DynaMesh® implants offer a comparatively minimal reactive surface and are therefore less prone to foreign body reaction and scar tissue formation.
  • Atraumatic selvedges: DynaMesh® products are not simply cut from a flat piece of mesh. Special warp-knitting machines produce smooth and therefore atraumatic selvedges (no ‘sawtooth’ edges!).
  • Optimum dynamometry: DynaMesh® structures are characterised by high shape stability with defined elasticity. They retain their shape and high effective porosity under load.
  • Tear Propagation Resistance: the multiple meshing technique in warp-knitted DynaMesh® structures minimises the risk of the zipper effect (once torn, the structure tears further). The load-specific adapted tear resistance is one of the key properties of DynaMesh® implants.
  • Effective Porosity: due to the optimal pore geometry of the PVDF mesh, the effective porosity achieved is up to 69%.

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