In Feminine Care
ProVate Device - State Of The Art
Product To Support Modern
Women In Challenging Modern Society
Declaration Of Independence –
Freedom To Manage Your POP
ConTIPI medical develops unique non-invasive and disposable vaginal devices for women with pelvic floor disorders
ConTIPI Medical’s devices are inserted into the vagina in small dimensions, within an applicator, by the user herself, and removed in small dimensions by a pull of a string
ConTIPI Medical’s products empower women and convey important social messages – freedom to decide, and shift of control.
The Future Is Here
ConTIPI Medical provides cutting edge non-surgical and disposable vaginal solutions for women with various Pelvic Floor Disorders (PFD’s). These solutions are all vaginal devices which follow a cutting edge concept. They all come ready for use, inserted vaginally in small dimensions inside an applicator. Within the vagina they open and provide support to predefined specific sites along vaginal walls. By the end of usage, devices are removed by a pull of a string, which also causes them to considerably diminish in size, for disposal. Previous device, for the management of Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), was sold to Kimberly Clark Worldwide Inc, and is marketed under its Poise® brand (https://www.impressapro.com). ConTIPI Medical’s ProVate Device, for the non-surgical management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) has a 510(k) clearance from FDA for marketing in the United States, and a CE Mark for marketing in the EU.
Medical knowledge by experienced urogynecologist
strategies are backed by well recognized business experts
Extensive and strong Intellectual Property
Creative R&D team
Idea conception and brainstorming are done internally
Regulatory affairs are managed in-house
Experience in conducting clinical studies from early stages
In-house production and assembly abilities
Our Innovative Solutions
Most women with Pelvic Organ Prolapse will only require non-invasive management. Existing pessaries are associated with high discontinuation rate, and with high rate of reluctance to use a reusable device which is difficult for most users to insert and remove. This disposable device was designed to provide vaginal support, inserted and removed by the user at her home.
The Impressa device was invented by a urogynecologist in order to bridge the large gap between non-invasive and invasive treatments for Stress Urinary Incontinence in women. The device was designed to be a user friendly disposable vaginal support, available to many women, including those who do not wish to disclose their intimate problem.