The Minimally Invasive Prolapse Solution (*)
This mesh is intended to solve mild and moderate anterior prolapse. The MIPS mesh is placed by a Single Incision procedure. It is fixed by anchors to the sacrospinous ligament to maintain the vaginal length after the operation.
In its anterior part, the mesh is fixed to the internal obturator muscles by its two pocket system arms, with no needles and no skin perforations.
As all Neomedic products, even it’s a very easy to place mesh, it is fully adjustable to avoid wrinkles by the manipulation of its two posterior fixation points and two anterior arms.
The Minimally Invasive Prolapse System is intended to solve prolapse and allows a better post op for all patients.
Obviously, because it is intended to solve prolapse, the MIPS mesh needs to be fixed in the sacrospinous ligament, and the best option for this is the Anchorsure System.
(*) This product is not available in the US market