Finally for millions of women…

Neuromodulation – the individually adapted and discrete therapy for overactive bladder

The overactive bladder is mainly a women’s issue

In Austria, about 800,000 people are affected by an overactive bladder (ÜAB or Overactive Bladder, OAB), mainly more women than men. [1] The latter are preloaded by the hormonal changes during menopause, but also by a shorter urethra. The National Association for Continence (NAFC) estimates that approximately 17% of women over the age of 18 have a overactive bladder suffer. [2] The frequency and severity of ÜAB symptoms increase with age.

In overactive bladder (irritable bladder, urethral syndrome), the function of the urinary bladder is disturbed. Patients feel the need to urinate much more often than is physically necessary. In most cases, no clear reasons can be found.

[2] The National Association for Continence (NAFC)

The FemPulse System

The treatment option developed by FemPulse can effectively help with symptoms of ÜAB.

The FemPulse System is designed to provide individualized, discrete electrical stimulation therapy (neuromodulation) for the treatment of ÜAB in women, including symptoms of urinary urgency, frequency and urge incontinence. Electrical pulses are delivered via a vaginally insertable ring that can be easily controlled by the patient via remote control. These help regulate the nerve functions that affect bladder function to relieve symptoms of ÜAB.

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Important information: Medical devices are regulated by the responsible supervisory authority in each country. FemPulse devices have not yet been approved or released for sale in the EU and are currently only potentially available for controlled clinical investigations. The content of this website is intended for healthcare professionals only. All statements that refer to design intent must be checked for validity in the future.

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