New urology products and services from American Medical Systems, Caris Life Sciences, UROSKOP Omnia, and Covidien.
Minnetonka, MN-American Medical Systems has released GreenLight MoJo, a software upgrade for its GreenLight HPS laser therapy treatment system. The HPS now delivers up to 400 kJ for more efficient treatment of BPH, according to the company. The upgrade allows physicians to remove more tissue and treat larger glands (up to 80 grams) with a single fiber. It also includes a "time out" feature that allows for total operative time of up to 150 minutes. While the average GreenLight procedure takes 50 minutes, this feature extends the total operative time for physicians who are new to GreenLight or are not yet as efficient in their technique, American Medical Systems says.
For more information, visit http://www.greenlighthps.com/.
Urologic pathology practice to develop testing platform
For more information, visit http://www.carislifesciences.com/urology/.
Workstation offers imaging of entire urinary tract
For more information, visit http://www.siemens.com/healthcare/.
Mobile surgical tour teaches single-incision laparoscopy
For more information, visit http://www.covidien.com./.
Consumer educational pamphlet focuses on catheterization
Charleston, SC-The National Association for Continence has released a consumer educational resource focusing on catheterization procedures and care in the United States. "The Urinary Catheterization of Men and Women" pamphlet explains treatment options for medical problems related to incontinence. It also covers step-by-step instruction on how to perform self-catheterization, what to know about product selection, and Medicare coverage for single-use products.
For more information, visit http://www.nafc.org/.