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Frauscher's team treated a cohort of 20 women, aged 36-84 years, who had minor to severe stress urinary incontinence. At 1 year post procedure, 18 (90%) remained continent, with 1 patient maintaining continence for a little more than 2 years, he said.
The "FemSoft" urethral insert, which incorporates a nonwoven material, returns voluntary control of urine loss in adult females with mild to severe stress urinary incontinence due to intrinsic sphincter deficiency or urethral hypermobility.

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