Minimally Invasive Treatment for BPH
iTind, a temporarily implanted nitinol device, delivers rapid relief of BPH symptoms through a minimaly invasive treatment.
iTind is placed in a simple and straightforward procedure that can be performed in an office or outpatient setting. The device is placed in the obstructed prostatic urethra in a folded configuration. The super-elastic nitinol struts expand at the 12, 5, and 7 o'clock positions, reshaping the tissue to better allow urine flow.
Patients are able to return home during the five-day treatment, at the end of which the device is completely removed.
iTind delivers rapid symptom relief to BPH patients seeking an alternative to prescription drugs and more invasive surgical procedures.
With iTind, patients experience results with:
- NO permanent implant
- NO painful heating of prostate tissue
- NO prescription drug side effects
- NO loss in sexual function