The AMS 800 Urinary Control System

Features of the AMS 800 Urinary Control System

  • Purposely designed to treat male stress urinary incontinence following prostate surgery
  • Restores the natural process of urinary control
  • Provides a discreet urinary control system
  • Mimics a healthy sphincter allowing the patient to urinate when desired
  • Patient operated
  • Stops urine leakages
Stress Urinary Incontinence can be treated very successfully with the AMS 800 Urinary Control System. This is an artificial sphincter that is used to block the leakage of the urine.

After Surgery

After your procedure, you will be instructed as to how to operate your new AMS 800 Urinary Control System. The doctor will show you how to activate and deactivate the device before you leave the hospital. You will return for routine checkups following your procedure, and your patient coordinator will be in contact for any follow-up appointments should you need any further instructions on how to use the device.

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    Frequently Asked Question's

    Will anybody be able to see the implant?

    No. The implant is concealed within your body and is very discreet. Nobody needs to know that you have had the surgery unless you tell them

    Are there any risks with the surgery?

    All surgery carries risks. Your surgeon will take a detailed medical history as part of your consultation, and you will be required to take a series of blood and urine investigations before the surgery. Although the risks are small, you should discuss them with your Surgeon. At the consultation, your Surgeon will outline the potential risks and complications with you as well as the benefits of the procedure.

    Will I need to take time off work?

    All surgery carries risks. Your surgeon will take a detailed medical history as part of your consultation, and you will be required to take a series of blood and urine investigations before the surgery. Although the risks are small, you should discuss them with your Surgeon. At the consultation, your Surgeon will outline the potential risks and complications with you as well as the benefits of the procedure.

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