Rochester seeks European distributor:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Rochester Medical, which last week CE-marked its FemSoft female stress incontinence device, will not be marketing the product in Europe until it has found a distributor. The Stewartville, Minnesota company's device is a latex-free, fluid-filled silicone sleeve, for temporary insertion into the urethra by the user. At the same time American Medical Systems has signed an agreement with UroSurge of Coralville, Iowa to acquire the UroVive bulking agent system. This comprises a bulking agent that delivers hydrogel-filled microballoons to the bladder neck.