The Vesair Bladder Control procedure is a novel, non-surgical treatment alternative for unexpected bladder leaks known as
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI).
The Vesair Bladder Control procedure:
• Is intended to be performed in a physician’s office
• May not require the use of pain medication or anesthesia
• Is 100% reversible and does not preclude patients from any other future treatment option
• Does not limit normal daily activities immediately following the procedure
The Vesair Balloon behaves like a “cushion” in the bladder during moments of increased abdominal pressure, and absorbs sudden pressure changes within the bladder, reducing or eliminating urine leakage.
Simple Placement and Removal Intended for the Office
The Vesair Balloon Placement:
• The balloon is inserted into the natural opening of the bladder called the urethra. The need for any pain medication before or after the procedure is rarely required.
• Patients can resume normal daily activities immediately following the procedure.
• There are no restrictions or limitations to the patient’s lifestyle following the Vesair Bladder Control procedure.
The Vesair Balloon Removal:
• The Vesair Balloon is not
a permanent implant and is intended to be replaced annually.
• The balloon is removed under direct visualization through a protective tube using a grasper.
• Patients are able to resume normal daily activities after the Vesair Balloon has been removed or exchanged.