First Report

U.S. Patient and Clinician Experiences With the inFlow™ Urinary Prosthesis for Permanent Urinary Retention in Women

Leanne Schimke, MSN, FNP-C, CRNP, CUNP; Kevin M. Connolly

Disclosures

Urol Nurs. 2020;40(2):61-73. 

In This Article

U.S. Patient Survey

Survey Methodology

The inFlow's manufacturer, Vesiflo, Inc. of Redmond, Washington (www.vesiflo.com), compiled a list of survey questions (Figure 6) and sent it to the 17 U.S. women who had been actively using the inFlow for at least 10 months. The purpose of this post-market study was to assess patient safety and satisfaction with the inFlow. Each patient was also sent a corresponding caregiver survey (Figure 7) and asked to give it to anyone who assisted them with bladder drainage. All respondents consented to the use of their de-identified data. Survey results were compiled and comprise the first report of U.S. patient experiences with the inFlow.

Figure 6.

Patient Questionnaire
Source: © 2015–2019. Vesiflo, Inc. Reprinted with permission.

Figure 7.

Caregiver Questionnaire
Source: © 2015–2019. Vesiflo, Inc. Reprinted with permission.

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