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Sunday, June 7, 2015

When need to use a Catheter, Keep Informed - T-SPeC Overview -

The T-SPeC Surgical System has undergone over 6 years of development and testing to provide the newest technology to accurately and safely place a suprapubic (SP) catheter quickly and effectively.

The T-SPeC Surgical System, available in two models, was developed to allow placement of suprapubic catheters in patients with a range of body sizes by initiating the surgical procedure from inside the bladder under controlled guidance. The T-SPeC T7 can create a surgical tract to 7cm with a minimal 5mm incision. The T-SPeC T14, designed for large abdomen patients, can create a surgical tract to 14cm with the same minimal 5mm incision. Suprapubic catheterization is typically utilized by physicians as a long-term catheterization solution to facilitate drainage of urine from the bladder for patients with spinal cord injuries, or under treatment for urinary retention and severe chronic incontinence.

The T-SPeC enables surgeons to place the Company's unique 18 Fr. SP urinary catheter by initiating the surgical incision from inside the bladder (starting at the target) utilizing each patient’s unique anatomical landmarks.

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