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Andrological Prosthetic Implantables

Andrological Prosthetic Implantables

Solutions for Urologists

Rigicon® focus on creating a comprehensive product portfolio for urologists around the world. They have a commitment to deliver high quality and innovative urology products to patients and physicians.

ESSM Virtual Meeting 2021

Rigicon Symposium Recording

Rigicon® focus on creating a comprehensive product portfolio for urologists around the world. They have a commitment to deliver high quality and innovative urology products to patients and physicians.

ESSM Virtual Meeting 2021


Rigicon Treatments:

Erectile dysfunction (ED)

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common type of male sexual dysfunction. It is when a man has trouble getting or keeping an erection. ED becomes more common as you get older.



Inflatable Penile Prosthesis with Anatomical Expansion

Rigicon® offers the Infla10® AX Inflatable Penile Prosthesis (IPP) for men that need surgical intervention for the management of Erectile Dysfunction.

Rigi10™Hydrophilic malleable prosthesis provides easy and simple erection for ED patients.



Artificial Urinary Sphincter

ContiClassic® Artificial Urinary Sphincter is used to treat urinary incontinence due to intrinsic sphincter deficiency in cases such as incontinence following prostate surgery.



Testicular Prosthesis

A prosthesis is any artificial device used to replace a body part. When a male is born without a testicle or must have one removed due to injury or disease, a doctor may implant a testicular prosthesis to fill in the empty space in the scrotum (the sac that contains the testicles). The prosthesis is used only to improve appearance and to calm psychological fears. It does not have any functions of a real testicle. More often than not, requests for a testicular prosthesis come from those who are born with and later lose a testicle, rather than from those who have always been missing a testicle.

Testi10™ is being used for missing one or two testicles due to monorchism, orchiectomy, congenital anorchism or similar procedures.




Answers to frequently asked questions about Infla10

The inflatable cylinders offer you penile girth with strong rigidity when inflated and a natural flaccid feel when deflated. The hydrophilic coating will enable the physician to choose her preferred aqueous solution and also may allow easier implantation. The penile prosthesis pump will inflate rapidly and deflate with a single touch.

The pump mechanism is easy to use. You can rapidly inflate the cylinders to a rigid erection and deflate with a single touch on the easily identifiable release button on the inflatable penile prosthesis pump.

Urinary incontinence (UI), sometimes referred to as “lack of bladder control”, is the involuntary loss of urine.

Patients suffering from UI are unable to control the release of urine from the bladder.

Urinary incontinence is estimated to affect 1 out of 10 males, with increasing prevalence associated with aging.

  • Overactive bladder muscles
  • Weakened pelvic floor muscles
  • A side effect of surgical prostate cancer treatment
  • An enlarged prostate (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia)
  • Nerve damage that affects bladder control
  • A disability or limited mobility that makes it difficult to get to the toilet promptly
  • Chronic illness (e.g. Diabetes, vascular disease, kidney disease, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease)
  • Being overweight
  • Smoking

While Stress Urinary Incontinence is the most common type, there are different types of urinary incontinence.

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

Stress urinary incontinence is the unexpected leakage of urine when an outside pressure occurs with activities such as heavy lifting, coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercise.

This outside pressure causes the already weakened bladder to leak urine.

The bladder is held in place by the muscles and connective tissue in the pelvis. When these muscles are weak, the outside pressure can push the bladder downward, causing the urethra to open, and the urine to leak out.

A weak or damaged sphincter may also be the cause of stress urinary incontinence.

Urge incontinence

Urge incontinence, or also referred to as overactive bladder (OAB), occurs when a person is unable to hold back the urine long enough until he gets to a bathroom.

Patients often complain that although they feel the need to void in advance but begin leaking before they can reach a bathroom.

In rare cases, urge incontinence may be an early sign of bladder cancer.

Overflow incontinence

Overflow incontinence is the result of a person being unable to empty their bladder completely, due to an outlet obstruction such as an enlarged prostate, and ultimately the overflow of the bladder with the newly produced urine.

With overflow incontinence, the bladder overfills and leaks out the excess urine and the patient leaks urine continuously.

Functional incontinence

Functional incontinence is usually experienced by the elderly or disabled people who in fact have normal bladder control but cannot get to the toilet in time because of their limited mobility.

It is true that, as the risk factors for incontinence increase with age, the probability of experiencing continence-related issues increases too.

However, urinary incontinence can also be seen in children, adolescents, and adults too.

Nevertheless, if you often leak urine, do not accept it as a natural part of growing older.

Patients may abstain from reporting urinary incontinence due to embarrassment, but please keep in mind that urinary incontinence is often treatable. Seek medical assistance.



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