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A woman in France has become the first female to receive an automated artificial sphincter device for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI).
Grenoble, France-based UroMems developed the UroActive smart, automated artificial urinary sphincter as a long overdue solution for people suffering from SUI.
"It's magic," said the patient, whose name was not released. "I am so glad I can again do simple things in my daily life I was not able to do any more."
UroActive is powered by a MyoElectroMechanical System that is placed around the urethral duct and is adjustable based on the patient’s activity. It is based on a unique bionic platform using embedded smart, digital, and robotic systems which, based on data collected from a patient, create a treatment algorithm that is specific for each patient's needs.
SUI occurs when the pressure in the bladder exceeds that of the muscle (the sphincter) around the urethra, caused by activities involving high intra-abdominal pressure, like coughing, laughing, and exercising. SUI is more prevalent in women but can occur in men too.
The first-in-female robotic-assisted procedure to implant the device was completed at La Pitié-Salpêtrière University Hospital (AP-HP, Sorbonne University, Paris, France). The National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) approved the procedure. Results of this clinical study will contribute to the design and implementation of UroMems’ pivotal clinical trial in Europe and the U.S.
While this was the first-in-female UroActive implant, UroMems announced the first-in-human (male) UroActive implant last November.
The genesis for the UroActive artificial urinary sphincter came from a conversation between a biomedical engineer, Hamid Lamraoui, and Pierre Mozer, MD, a urologist, when they had the opportunity to meet about 15 years ago.
"He was saying, 'I can see my patients living a nightmare with this condition where they are suffering in silence'," Lamraoui told MD+DI.
Mozer went on to tell Lamraoui about the limitations of current treatment options for severe SUI. While mild SUI can be addressed with pelvic floor physical therapy and bulking agents, moderate and severe SUI historically have only had two options: mesh sling (which has been plagued by safety problems over the years) or a manually-operated artificial sphincter.
The latter option is an antiquated device designed in the 1970s and the last iteration of the manual artificial sphincter was about 40 years ago, Lamraoui said.
Together with Stéphane Lavallée, Mozer and Lamraoui founded UroMems in 2011 to take on the challenge of designing a new device that would overcome the limitations of current solutions by optimizing safety and performance, patient experience, and surgeon convenience. Mozer serves as the company's chief medical officer and Lamraoui is the CEO.
To help inform the design of the device, the UroMems team studied the existing device, namely the mechanical artificial sphincter, to learn what surgeons and patients liked about the device and what they found lacking.
The predicate device is a hydraulic device that consists of three parts: a cuff that wraps around the urethra to control the flow of urine; a balloon, which is placed under the abdominal muscles and holds the same fluid as the cuff (this is where the fluid is moved to when the cuff is open or deflated); and a pump, which relaxes the cuff by moving the fluid from the cuff to the balloon. The pump is placed in a man's scrotum or within the major labia in a woman. Artificial sphincter users must squeeze the pump through the skin to urinate.
Lamraoui said the company has a house rule that all the constraints are for the engineers – the device must be simple for the patients.
"It's a rule that we have in house, and we will never give up on this," he told MD+DI.
So, it didn't take the UroMems team long to determine that the new device should not require patients to manually open the cuff by squeezing the pump through the skin.
"The issue with the balloon is the fact that it does not always generate the adequate pressure," he said.
But the physician selects how much pressure the balloon will generate during the procedure, and Lamraoui said there's no real rationale behind how much pressure the physician selects. If the pressure is too low, the patients will still have leaks, he said. But if the pressure is too high, the patient will be happy at first, but after a few years they will develop atrophy because the pressure is too high.
"If he or she is lucky it could be the right pressure, but it's a [gamble] today," Lamraoui said.
So, in designing the new device, the UroMems team decided to remove both the pump and the balloon, but they kept the urethral cuff. Instead of a pump and balloon system, the company developed a pacemaker-like control unit to automate the artificial sphincter device, as shown in the illustration below.
The control unit contains a unique bionic platform using embedded smart, digital, and robotic systems which, based on data collected from a patient, creates a personalized treatment algorithm. The core technology is what UroMems calls a MyoElectroMechanical System.
Developing this system for the control unit was easier said than done, however, because it needed to be hermetically sealed, fully biocompatible, and more efficient compared to the predicate device.
“Our success was based mainly on patience," Lamraoui said. "We were really patient.”
When asked to share a big-picture lesson that could be applied to other complex medical device projects that peers may be working on, Lamraoui said physician-engineer collaboration is key.
“The success so far is based on the fact that we work every day with physicians,” he said. “We have weekly meetings with surgeons.”
These meetings include at least two surgeons, sometimes more, who ask questions of the engineers and help to define user requirements and offer feedback on the development.
After a quick detour into weird SUV design, Automobili Pininfarina is back, and in top form. Leaving those chunky utility curves behind like a ruffled, oversized suit on the changing room floor, the famed Italian brand has unveiled the all-new B95, a sleek, airy hypercar it calls the world's first pure-electric open-top hyper-barchetta. As the car vectors torque from its massive 1,877-hp electric drive toward a sub-2-second 0-60-mph (96.5-km/h) sprint, the two occupants can deflect the breeze with a world-first adjustable-windscreen system.
Pininfarina insists that the Pura Vision design study influenced the B95, but outside of the rounded nose and razor-thin headlamps, it feels like it shares far more DNA with the equally fast, flashy Battista. The latter definitely supplied the large hood recess that serves as the basis for what's arguably the barchetta's most visually arresting feature – the body-piercing grille slats rising from the hood to precisely direct airflow, a cue that looks more like something out of high-end computer or electronics air cooling design.
The high-arching front fenders are connected to their muscular rear counterparts via straight, clean sides highlighted by a flat character line and fin-like carbon skirts. Bulging protective domes rise up behind the two seats, adding what little height the glasshouse-free speedster can muster.
While there's no roof or windshield, Pininfarina has incorporated what it calls the world's first pair of adjustable aero screens. Inspired by vintage fighter planes, the bubble-like clear polycarbonate screens can be individually adjusted to each occupant's liking, ensuring a bit of personalized comfort at speeds up to 186 mph (300 km/h).
Below its glossy bright yellow and charcoal skin, the B95 borrows the Battista's all-electric powertrain, tuned specifically for the new host. The quartet of motors produces 1,877 hp (1,400 kW) and masses of torque distributed out through a vectoring system. Drivers can fine-tune the ride via five modes available on the turn-dial an arm's length away.
Pininfarina promises sub-2-second 0-60-mph acceleration in addition to the 186-mph top speed. The liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery takes as few as 25 minutes (at 270-kW charging rate) to leap between a 20 and 80% charge of its 120-kWh capacity.
Not just any interior would be befitting of a unique hand-built roadster like this one, and Pininfarina has given interior decor the proper weight. It starts with classic racer-inspired seats that cosset driver and passenger in soft, luxurious tan leather sewn together with contrast stitching. The seats are then topped with head and shoulder rests wrapped in a lively houndstooth-patterned textile.
Directly ahead of the two B95 occupants, the lower carbon dash is styled to look like an extension of the distinctive bodywork separated only by a slice of seat-matched leather. The angling of the three independent instrument screens prompts the driver to focus intently ahead, while the more subtle angling of the center console and controls delineates pilot from co-pilot.
As you likely already guessed, the "B" stands for Barchetta. The "95," meanwhile, identifies the 95th anniversary Pininfarina will be celebrating when the B95 goes into production in 2025. And that production will be limited to a mere 10 bespoke hand-crafted examples, each wearing a base price tag of €4.4 million (approx. US$4.7 million).
Automobili Pininfarina will show the B95 to the car aficionado public at this weekend's Monterey Car Week gatherings, where it will also be showing the Pura Vision design study and the special-edition Battista Edizione Nino Farina GT.
Source: Automobilli Pininfarina
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