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Technology 2018-04-02T13:04:52+00:00

ConTIPI Concept

All ConTIPI Medical’s products for various Pelvic Floor Disorders in women are designed to be user friendly and different from existing devices available in the market. All products are considered to be non-invasive vaginal devices. They are all disposable, used for a rather short, predefined, period of time, with no need for cleaning between uses, thus avoiding the need to insert a reusable device.
ConTIPI Medical’s devices are provided clean, ready for use, for immediate insertion, within a sealed wrapper. Insertion and removal are comfortable, by minimizing the dimensions of the device during both insertion and removal. The device is compressed in an applicator during insertion and collapses to small dimensions for removal when the removal string is pulled. Once within the vagina the device undergoes structural or dimensional change to provide specific support, as needed. Deployment of the support happens while it is already within the vagina, thereby overcoming the discomfort of distending the vaginal opening.
All ConTIPI Medical’s products are intended for home use, by the user herself, at her own discretion. Insertion and removal are intuitive, following a procedure well-known to many women, which require only minimal self-touch.
ConTIPI Medical’s products allow women to control their daily life style, and decide independently when to insert and remove.

Intellectual Property

ConTIPI Medical developed and holds an extensive list of patents, within various families, filed in various jurisdictions, which are related to various Pelvic Floor Disorders in women. Patents include embodiments for Stress Urinary Incontinence (sold to Kimberly Clark Worldwide, Inc), Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Vaginal measuring, fecal incontinence, neurogenic/continuous urinary incontinence and postoperative vaginal packing. Initial patents for Pelvic Organ Patents are already granted in the major jurisdictions and the company constantly designs and files new embodiments.