• Manuel S. Eisenberg

UroLift works well in the "real world"

Often new surgical techniques show promise when developed in a lab or when they are limited to a very select group of patients, however do not show the same level of results when applied to normal patients at large in the community. UroLift on the other had performed just as well in the "real world" when applied to patients in the community. When these patients were followed for 2 years after their UroLift procedure, they did just as well as the patients who were in the original UroLift studies. This gives assurance that UroLift has earned a place at the top of the list of options for men with BPH and lower urinary tract symptoms.


https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/end.2019.0167

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