I-STOP Clinical papers

There are many clinical papers confirming the fact that the non-deforming I-Stop tapes produce fewer complications than other brands. Only one erosion, in the 2014 paper has been reported.

2014
Seven-year follow-up of 331 I-STOP transobturator sling cases in female urinary incontinence treatment. CL Medical 7 year I-Stop study English
Jean-Luc FROBERT, Maryelle GRISARD-ANAF,Jean LIENHART, Renaud VAUTHERIN
Prog Urol Vol 24 Issue 12, Oct 2014

2012
An inelastic retropubic suburethral sling in women with intrinsic sphincter deficiency
Alfredo Jijon & Aparna Hegde & Beatriz Arias & Vivian Aguilar & G. Willy Davila
Int Urogynecol J Vol 23 No 12 Dec 2012

20Four year functional results 201211
Four-year functional results of the suburethral sling procedure for stress urinary incontinence: A French prospective randomized multicentre study comparing the retropubic and transobturator routes
M. Ballister, C. Bui, J-L Frobert, M Grisard-Anaf, J. Lienhart, H Fernandez, E David-Montefiore, R Rouzier, E Darai
World J Urol DOI 10.1007/s00345-011-0668-1

2010
I-STOP Suburethral Sling: Outcomes of a Non-Deformable Sling for Intrinsic Sphincter Deficiency
Karp et al
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology 17 (2010) S1-S24

2009
I-STOP suburethral sling: Less deformation improves outcomes for Intrinsic Sphincteric Deficiency
Beatriz ARIAS, G.W. Davila, Cleveland Clinic Florida

2007
Functional results after the Suburethral Sling Procedure for Urinary Stress Incontinence: A Prospective Randomised Multi-centre Study comparing the retropubic and transobturator routes
David-Montefiore et al European Urology 51 (2007) 795-802

2006
Peri-operative complications and pain after the suburethral sling procedure for urinary stress incontinence: a French prospective randomised multicentre study comparing the retropubic and transobturator routes
David-Montefiore et al European Urology 49 (2006) 133-138

2005
Sub-urethral tape treatment of female urinary incontinence – morbidity assessment of the trans-obturator route and a new tape (I-STOP®): a multi-centre experiment involving 604 cases.
Krauth et al European Urology 47 (2005) 102-107