Clinical trial

You could be a suitable candidate for the Lyra technique to treat pelvic organ prolapse. Your doctor can help you assess whether it is right for you.

The purpose of this study is to investigate the Lyra system, an easy-to-use synthetic mesh implant called the Self Retaining Support - SRS for the treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP).

When the muscles and ligaments supporting a woman's pelvic organs weaken, the pelvic organs can slip out of place (prolapse). Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) can worsen over time and surgery may be needed. There are various types of pelvic organ prolapse. Some women develop vaginal prolapse, usually after menopause, childbirth or a hysterectomy.

For the purpose of avoiding surgery complications (both during and after the procedure) Lyra SRS technology provides an implantable solid frame that eliminates the need for complex anchoring technique. It enables the placement of a new self-retaining support in an optimal location for each patient. The implantable frame addresses other documented surgical complications such as, mesh contraction and mesh erosion. Eliminating these intra and post procedure complications will ensure better long term results.

Lyra is intended to restore your pelvic organs to their physiologic location thus treat your current symptoms and improve your quality of life.

This is the first study done in humans. The study is intended to collect information on the safety and performance of the SRS system. Up to thirty (30) patients will participate in the study in several medical centers.

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