Coaptite is a implanted device used for women with stress urinary incontinence due to poorly functioning urethral sphincter muscles. The device is a tooth paste-like gel that is injected into the wall of the urethra. After injection, Coaptite supports the wall to prevent uncontrolled urination.
|Purpose||Patients||Patients with evaluations||Perceived Effectiveness|
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|1other as needed||1|
|6 months-1 year||0|
|2 years or more||1|