In Brief: UroMed
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
UroMed: Multi-center interim study results of the firm's Reliance female urinary incontinence device show that the insert "effectively controlled urine loss in 98% of patients"; improved quality of life in 90% of patients; and that "97% of patients would recommend the Reliance insert" to others. The results, based on research involving 215 individuals, were presented Oct. 12 at the American Urogynecologic Society annual scientific meeting in Seattle...
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