Urgent® PC Neuromodulation

Non-drug, non-surgical treatment for overactive bladder

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  • Up to 80% patient response in men and women
  • Superior to sham
  • Results maintained with a treatment about once a month

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Option for most overactive bladder patients

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  • Too old or frail for other therapies
  • Suffering intolerable side-effects from other therapies
  • Experiencing insufficient response to drugs
  • Already receiving BOTOX® injections
  • Unwilling to perform self-catheterization
  • Needing future MRIs
  • Those who want a non-drug, non-surgical option

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Easy to integrate into clinical practice

  • Delivered by qualified support staff under physician supervision
  • Treat more patients using group appointments and staggered start times
  • Wide range of support tools, co-developed with clinical practitioners

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PTNS with Urgent PC is now reimbursed nationally by Medicare. In addition, new private payer policies are being added to the already significant number of national and local policies that cover PTNS.

PTNS is used for urge incontinence, urinary frequency and urgency of urination and billed using CPT® Code 64566 - Posterior tibialneurostimulation, percutaneous needle electrode, single treatment, includes programming.

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Ordering Information

The Urgent PC system is a combination of the reusable Urgent PC Stimulator and the disposable Urgent PC Lead Set. One lead set is used per treatment session.

Catalog Number Product/Contents
UPC 200 Urgent PC Stimulator
UPC 250-12 Urgent PC Lead Sets (box of 12)

For more information or to find your sales representative, contact Customer Care at 866.258.2182 or via web form.

See Urgent PC instructions for use for complete instructions for use, storage, warnings, indications, contraindications, precautions, adverse reactions and disclaimer of warranties