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Uromedica Wins CMS Coverage for ProAct Continence Therapy Device

Uromedica said today it won a reimbursement code from the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services for its ProAct adjustable continence therapy for men, and that it launched the device in the US.  The ProAct system has FDA approval and is indicated for treating adult men with stress incontinence from intrinsic sphincter deficiency of at least 12 months following radical prostatectomy or TURP who have failed ot respond to conservative therapy, the Plymouth, Minn.-based company said. “The issuance of these codes will allow Uromedica to deliver its safe and effective therapy to improve the quality of life for men struggling with Stress Urinary Incontinence,” prez & CEO Tim Cook said in a press release. Read more.

Source: MassDevice Today, July 12, 2017

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Hatch Medical to Broker Innovative Male Urinary Incontinence Device

Hatch Medical, L.L.C., a medical device incubator and technology brokerage firm, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with MUCOM, L.L.C. to broker the sale or license of its patented male urinary incontinence device MUI Comfort™. MUI Comfort™ is an integrated external collection system that meets the needs of a growing demographic that is coping with the consequences of stress, urge, and overflow incontinence. This innovative technology is differentiated from competing products by providing a complete solution that addresses both functional and psychological aspects associated with male urinary incontinence.  Read more.

Source: Yahoo Finance! February 16, 2017

External Urine Collection Devices for Men

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Urine collection devices for men includes external (or condom) catheters.

Some external urine collection devices are designed just for men.  These include the condom or external catheter. Male external collection devices include disposable and reusable products.  Some are designed specifically for use during the day (while upright — walking or sitting). Some male collection devices are designed specifically for use at night when lying down. There are a variety of different types of products, but all are management tools — none actually treats or cures incontinence.

 

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