Boston Scientific (NYSE:BSX) this week released three-year data from a study of its Solyx single incision sling system intended to treat stress urinary incontinence, touting that the trial met all primary and secondary endpoints. Boston Scientific said it presented the full results from the trial yesterday at the annual scientific symposium of the American Urogynecologic Society. The Marlborough, Mass.-based company said it enrolled a total 281 patients in the trial at 21 sites looking to compare efficacy and adverse events for non-inferiority of the Solyx system versus the gold-standard transobturator mid-urethral sling procedure. The study was part of a post-market surveillance trial required by the FDA to be performed by all manufacturers of mesh products, Boston Scientific said. The company touted it as the first of three such studies it will complete, with remaining data expected to be released next year. Read more.
Source: Mass Device, October 12, 2018