Clinically proven to be the key to treating UUI
High patient satisfaction
Following treatment with BlueWind Revi™, patients in the OASIS pivotal study reported high levels of satisfaction and saw some or much benefit in their treatment at 12 months. In addition, 85% of patients implanted with Revi experienced a ≥ 10 point improvement, a clinically meaningful benefit, in their Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQL) score at 12 months.
Proven efficacy, proven results
In the OASIS pivotal study, Revi demonstrated significant reductions in UUI episodes after 6 months of treatment in the ITT population (P<.0001). In the Completers analysis* (N=139) at 12 months, Revi demonstrated:1
of patients had ≥ 50% reduction in UUI episodes.
of patients had ≥ 75% reduction in UUI episodes.
of patients were dry on 3 consecutive days.
Favorable safety profile
Revi’s battery-free and leadless implant design, combined with its reproducible surgical technique, has resulted in an exceptional safety profile that underscores its transformative benefits. Of the patients implanted with Revi at 12 months:1,2
- No device or procedure-related serious adverse events (SAEs)
- No surgical revision/reintervention related to migration
- No unanticipated adverse events
Patient-centric programming improves outcomes over time
With the ability to individually tailor and optimize treatment parameters, Revi demonstrates a reduction in UUI episodes over time, particularly in those seeing a ≥ 75% improvement. By 12 months, an impressive 66.9% of patients
The OASIS pivotal trial is a prospective, single-arm, open-label study conducted to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the Revi System for treating patients with urge urinary incontinence (UUI).
The OASIS trial consisted of:
- 23 leading medical centers across the U.S., U.K., and Europe.
- 151 women enrolled.
- 9+ UUI episodes during a 7-day diary were required for inclusion.
- ≥ 50% reduction in UUI episodes compared to baseline was the primary endpoint.
Highly regarded OASIS oversight
OASIS’ Data Safety Monitoring Board and Clinical Events Committee are comprised of some of the most highly regarded physicians in academia, ensuring the highest level of scientific rigor and ethical oversight. Their objective and independent perspective is invaluable in helping to ensure that the study results are valid, reliable, and relevant.
Data & Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB)
Howard B. Goldman, MD
Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, OH
Howard B. Goldman is a Professor on the faculty of the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and an expert in quality and patient safety serving as the Institute Vice Chairman for Quality at the Glickman Urologic Institute. He has a joint appointment in the departments of urology and obstetrics and gynecology and is actively involved in the training of fellows and residents, including serving as Fellowship director for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery in the Department of Urology at the Cleveland Clinic. He has directly trained over 35 fellows and residents who are specialized FPMRS practitioners. Dr. Goldman’s interests are in the medical and surgical treatment of urinary incontinence and other types of voiding dysfunction, neuromodulation, prolapse repair, complex reconstructive female urologic surgery, and neuro-urology. His contributions to the literature have been prolific, including the author of over 250 articles and book chapters, editor of three textbooks, and panel member for a number of standardization, guidelines, and best practice statement panels. Within the AUA he has been on the SUI Guidelines as well as Urodynamics guidelines committees. Within ICS he has been on the male LUTS terminology committee as well as the ICS/IUGA female prolapse terminology committee. He also led the group that came up with the ICS sacral neuromodulation best practices document. His prominent international reputation has led to invitations as visiting professor in the United States and abroad as well as numerous invited lectures. He is on the editorial board of a number of journals and is a former Assistant Editor of the Journal of Urology. He is currently the co-director of the AUA annual review course for part 1 of the ABU exam, is on the AUA Education committee, serves as online education director for IUGA, is the scientific co-chair for the 2020 ICS annual meeting, was the program co-chair for the 2020 SUFU meeting, was on the program committee for the 2020 International Neurourology Society and is the International Consultation on Incontinence committee chair for surgery for male incontinence. Dr. Goldman has been involved in and led numerous projects related to innovative treatments utilizing stem cells for SUI, neuromodulation, utilization of urodynamics, management of complications, and improvements in safety and efficiency in pelvic floor surgery. Dr. Goldman is an astute physician-scientist, nurturing educator, model leader, and unwavering patient advocate renowned in the field of urology.
Holly E. Richter, MD
University of Alabama Birmingham, AL
Dr. Richter is The Obstetrics and Gynecology Endowed Chair in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). She is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Urology & Geriatrics, past Division Director, and current Research Director of the Division of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery. She is the Medical and Quality Officer of the Ambulatory OB/GYN Clinics and Director of the Urogynecology Care and Genitorectal Disorders Clinics. She is the Associate Director of Gynecologic Research for the Center for Women’s Reproductive Health and past President of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons. She is currently the President-elect of the American Urogynecologic Society and serves as an Editor for the International Urogynecology Journal and Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 2019, Dr. Richter received the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons Distinguished Surgeon Award. She was the Principal Investigator of the NIDDK-sponsored Urinary Incontinence Treatment Network and is PI of the NICHD-sponsored Pelvic Floor Disorders Network since its inception in 2001. She oversees other NIH (R01) and industry-sponsored research. She was also the recipient of a 10-year mid-career award (K24, NIDDK) in patient-oriented pelvic floor research and mentors many young investigators. She has over 300 publications, many in top journals such as JAMA and NEJM. Dr. Richter is the ACOG representative to the Section for Enhancing Geriatric Understanding and Expertise among Surgical and Medical Specialists (SEGUE) council of the American Geriatrics Society/Hartford Foundation. She has a strong interest in treating vesicovaginal fistulas and has visited Africa regularly over the past 15 years.
Eric S. Rovner, MD
Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC
Eric S. Rovner, M.D. is a Professor in the Department of Urology at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, South Carolina. He is the director of the Section of Voiding Dysfunction, Female Urology, and Urodynamics in the Department of Urology at MUSC. He is Board Certified in Urology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, as well as a member of the Society of Pelvic Surgeons, American Association of GU Surgeons, Society of Academic Urologists, and the Society for Urodynamics, Female Urology and Urogenital reconstruction (SUFU) among others. He was the President of SUFU from 2014-16. Dr. Rovner’s research interests include the study of voiding dysfunction, overactive bladder, interstitial cystitis, lower urinary tract reconstruction, neuro-urology, and urodynamics. He has held several visiting professorships and is the author of >150 peer-reviewed scientific articles, and >30 book chapters on these topics as well as books on urinary incontinence and urodynamics. He has been an invited speaker on numerous occasions throughout the United States and the world and has been the Principal or co-investigator on multiple NIDDK/NIH as well as industry-sponsored grants.
Clinical Event Committee (CEC)
Gary Lemack, MD
University of Texas Southwestern Dallas, TX
Gary Lemack, M.D., is a Professor in the Department of Urology at UT Southwestern Medical Center, and he is the holder of the Rose Mary Haggar Professorship. He also has a secondary appointment in the Department of Neurology. Dr. Lemack is board certified in Urology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Since 2004, he has been the Residency Program Director in the Department of Urology, and he is the past Program Director for the Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship. His clinical specialties include urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, and voiding dysfunction in the setting of neurologic disease. In particular, Dr. Lemack cares for patients with bladder conditions stemming from spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, and movement disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease. He performs complex urinary diversions for patients with severe bladder disorders due to congenital and advanced neurological diseases. Dr. Lemack earned his medical degree from Cornell University and performed his residency at The New York Hospital. His fellowship training at UT Southwestern focused on incontinence, urodynamics, and neuro-urology. He has been a faculty member at UT Southwestern since 1999 and is also active in research. Dr. Lemack's clinical research has focused on the use of urodynamic studies in patients with lower urinary tract dysfunction/incontinence and on establishing best urological practices in the care of patients with multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and other neurological conditions. Texas Monthly has honored Dr. Lemack with its Super Doctor award, and D Magazine has named him the Best Doctor in Dallas on multiple occasions, including in 2020. Dr. Lemack is the Past President of the Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine, and Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU), which is the primary urology subspecialty organization devoted to the conditions affecting the pelvic floor, such as incontinence and prolapse. He has been on the Executive Committee of SUFU since 2005 and has earned both the Paul Zimskind and Distinguished Service awards from SUFU, two of the highest honors that the Society bestows. Dr. Lemack has been on the Board of the South Central Section of the American Urological Association and is a former member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Urology. He is one of 12 Trustees of the American Board of Urology and currently serves as the Chair of the Oral Examination Committee for the Board. Dr. Lemack has authored two guidelines from the American Urological Association (Urodynamics and Stress Urinary Incontinence) and served as the lone American representative on The European Association of Urology Incontinence Guidelines. He has authored over 160 original articles and over 25 book chapters. Dr. Lemack has also been a Visiting Professor at 25 locations throughout the United States, South and Central America, and Australia.
Sandip Vasavada, MD
Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, OH
Sandip Vasavada, MD, is the Urologic Director of the Center for Female Urology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery at Cleveland Clinic, located within the Glickman Urological Institute. He, along with his colleagues, represents one of the largest centers for female urology and reconstructive genitourinary surgery in the country. Additionally, he serves as a Professor of Surgery (Urology) at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and has a joint appointment with the Women's Health Institute. Dr. Vasavada completed his medical school training in the competitive six-year combined BS/MD program at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine in 1991. After graduating, he began his urology residency at Cleveland Clinic and graduated from the residency program in 1997. Subsequently, he started a fellowship in female urology, neuro-urology, and reconstruction at the UCLA School of Medicine in Los Angeles, California. He then took a position as Assistant Professor of Urology at Thomas Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia before returning to Cleveland in 2001. Dr. Vasavada has published numerous manuscripts and book chapters in the area of voiding dysfunction and urinary incontinence. He has been named to "Top Docs" in Philadelphia and Cleveland magazines for over 15 years, Crains Cleveland Business Top 40 under 40, and the Urology Department Teacher of the Year. Dr. Vasavada has published three textbooks and authored over 100 manuscripts, over 25 book chapters, and numerous abstracts and videos. He has lectured and demonstrated surgical techniques around the world in over 20 countries. He is also a reviewer for seven major journals in the field of urology, urogynecology, and voiding dysfunction. Dr. Vasavada recently completed a term on task force A of the American Board of Urology Exam Committee and helped author the American Urological Association (AUA) and Society of Urodynamics and Female Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU) Guidelines in Overactive Bladder and Stress Urinary Incontinence for the country. Additionally, he presently serves as Vice President of SUFU. Dr. Vasavada's primary clinical interests lie in the area of urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, complex reconstruction of the lower urinary tract, and management of complications of vaginal and lower urinary tract surgery. His current research interests are in the field of refractory bladder overactivity and neuromodulation and care pathways for optimizing care in patients undergoing incontinence and prolapse surgery. Dr. Vasavada serves with the Section of Urogynecology on the NIH-Pelvic Floor Disorders Network.
Eli Sidon, MD
Schneider Children’s Hospital Petah-Tikva, Israel
Dr. Sidon is a senior physician in the pediatric orthopedic unit at Schneider Children's Hospital in Petah-Tikva, Israel. He graduated from Sackler Medical School at Tel-Aviv University in 2008 and completed his orthopedic training at Beilinson Hospital in 2016. He continued his training in the United States with a fellowship year in foot and ankle at the Rothman Institute and a fellowship year in pediatric orthopedics at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Sidon is a member of the Israeli Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society, the European Foot and Ankle Society, as well as the Israeli Pediatric Orthopedic Society.
Pilot study demonstrated durable efficacy at 3 years
At 36 months in a prospective, interventional, multi-center, single-arm study, the results were durable with a 75% success rate in the intention-to-treat (ITT) analysis (n=20). In addition, 80% of the ITT analysis had a greater than 50% reduction in the number of large volume leaks at 36 months, the most debilitating type of leaks.3
With data-driven efficacy and thoughtful design, BlueWind Revi could deliver on the unmet needs of UUI patients who have been suffering and the healthcare professionals who treat them.
*Completers analysis represents the patients with available data at 12 months.
For further information on the OASIS study and other on-going clinical studies, please visit clinicaltrials.gov (OASIS NCT03596671)
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