Topic: urinary incontinence
Axonics Modulation Technologies has received FDA approval for its rechargeable neuromodulation implant to treat bowel dysfunction.
Boston Scientific redesigned its mesh implant for relieving stress urinary incontinence in men, to make it more available to a broader population.
The FDA granted a de novo clearance to Atlantic Therapeutics’ electrical muscle stimulator for women, for treating stress urinary incontinence.
GTx’s lead candidate, enobosarm, did not meet its primary endpoint in a phase 2 trial involving women with stress urinary incontinence.
Renovia raised $42.3 million in financing for its devices for women with pelvic floor disorders, to fund new clinical trials and development.
A one-off injection of stem cells into the penis has restored erectile function in some men undergoing prostate removal surgery.
The co-development agreement with BioSerenity builds on 18 months of research into connected fabrics and how the device will fit into care pathways.
The financing comes as Axonics closes in on the end of a clinical trial that will set it up to market the device in the U.S.
The takeover will give Laborie control of devices for the treatment of overactive bladder and stress urinary incontinence.
A trial involving more than 700 patients who were implanted with Johnson & Johnson vaginal mesh or tape devices started in Australian federal court.