Anchorsure Sacrospinous Fixation System
Minimally invasive transvaginal sacrospinous fixation system
The Anchorsure system is a straight and thin device for a safe anchor placement at the sacrospinous ligament.
The Achorsure system delivers a small anchor through the sacrospinous ligament providing a strong fixation and minimizing potential pain to the patient. It can be used for spinous fixation in the treatment of vaginal prolapse after hysterectomy.
Other forms of fixation may need tight sutures knots around the ligament, that may compromise neurovascular structures.
Biocompatible material: 100% PEEK
ANCHORSURE KIT Anchor System for Sacrospinous fixation consist of
- 1 Preloaded Anchoring handle
- 1 Anchor
- 1 Needle
- Clinical Data
- Instructions For Use
- Surgical Guide
- Product Brochure
- Ordering Information
- User Feedback
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Instructions For UseSURELIFT-ANCHORS-IU-LIBRO-r09 (Single Use)
Surgical GuideANCHORSURE SURGICAL GUIDE
We aim to be able to answer any and all questions about the product we represent, but we will never attempt to diagnose or treat a patient. Despite being well educated, very experienced and extremely knowledgeable, we are humble in our place, well aware that we are not surgeons and our role does not include treating patients. We hope you understand and appreciate our stance and the limitations that come with our role.
While we don’t cover anatomy or theory training as this is outside of our remit, we often refer to the anatomy pre-read used for the cadaver training courses at London Medical Education Academy. The 44 page long document covers most of the relevant pelvic anatomy in detail, and seems to be an appreciated resource.
From MHRA: “You should use medical devices as described by the manufacturer in the instructions. If you use the device in any other way, it’s considered ‘off-label’ use. Without the manufacturer’s approval this will be at your own risk and you or your employer could become liable for civil claims for damages from injured patients or their families if something goes wrong with the device.”
Off label use
From MHRA: “It’s considered off-label use if you use a medical device differently to how the manufacturer has instructed. This includes changing a medical device to suit new needs.”
For example, cutting off TVT mesh from needles and using them as introducers could potentially be covered under this headline.
Hands On Model training
We have training models for many of our products and they serve an important purpose with regards to practical education. While we believe the anatomy and procedure training is the responsibility of the hospital, we recognise the need for product specific information and training. Once the trust has completed its review of the new product and all necessary hospital and trust approvals have been obtained, please get in touch to book a training session with our highly experienced and well educated clinical team.
FaceTime Case support
When you want someone to support you during a case to answer any product related questions you might come across that haven’t been covered in the previous training, we have capability to mirror your procedure from our Mock Theatre set up. The benefits are that we can do exactly what you are doing (minus the actual patient, of course) and can not only tell you, but also show you what we mean. It has proven a very useful tool and we have done several trainings in this set up.
The additional benefits of reducing the number of people in theatre thus reducing infection risk, and the reduce travel means our approach is also beneficial for the environment as we reduce our carbon footprints.
All you need is a smartphone that can make and/or receive FaceTime, Skype or WhatsApp video calls. Please ensure you do not share any patient identifying images or details during the call.
We can often support you with minutes notice, but please talk to us as soon as you can so that we can plan our resources accordingly to support you as best we can.
This simple checklist serves as a helpful reminder on the steps that could be completed before using a new medical device product:
- Refresh Anatomy and theory
- Get sign off from Medical Director
- Read product specific Instructions for Use (IFU)
- Clinical data literature search (independent, not sent by industry)
- Read relevant treatment guidelines
- Read any step-by-step guides or similar training documents
- Get product training from company representative (get documented certification)
- If invasive or complex, trial and train on cadaver (for example implantable devices)
- Visit reference centre to see cases and/or set up a mentor ship with an experienced user if available
By buying our products and choosing to use it on a patient, the surgeon agrees that he or she is fully capable and trained to the trusts standards to use the product in line with its regulatory approved IFU, or, if using the product outside the IFU, it is the surgeons own choice to do so. In effect, purchasing and using the product is self certification that the trust assumes full responsibility that training is sufficient and complete.
Product BrochureJUNE MEDICAL ANCHORSURE BROCHURE - ENG
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Please send all Purchase Orders to Order@junemedical.com or call our customer service team on 01628 330010 to speak to a member of our team.
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