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The new guidelines, presented by the Canadian Urological Association (CUA) in 2018, recommend the use of remodeling technique based on Penile Traction Device of Andromedical (ANDROPEYRONIE®) in combination with collagenase injections to treat patients with Peyronie's disease (PD).

Canadian Urological Association recommends penile remodeling with mechanical therapy or penile traction: The use of a traction device to reduce plaque/wound contracture, enhance plaque elasticity, and reduce plaque size is appealing, given its low cost and general freedom from adverse effects. Traction impact on PD cells in a mechanical strained environment results in alteration of connective tissue, demonstrating measurable changes in collagen and tissue metalloproteinase expression, which are two key factors in determining plaque integrity. It appears to have some activity in correcting penile pain, curvature, and maintenance of penile length, with recent reports highlighting a potential synergy with intralesional or oral agents. The current treatment paradigm for PD relies on tissue remodeling for optimal outcomes following both minimally invasive treatment approaches and post-surgical results.
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2019 New Treatment Guidelines for Peyronie's Disease
2019 New Treatment Guidelines for Peyronie's Disease
Urological Associations recommends combining the Penile Traction Devices of Andromedical with Collagenase injections to treat Peyronie.

NEW YORK, November 29, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Andromedical Laboratory has patented and researched Penile Traction Devices for 20 years to develop ANDROPEYRONIE ®, a medical device to treat Peyronie's disease. Based on a clinical study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine (Nov-2013, Dr. Martínez-Salamanca et al.), ANDROPEYRONIE ® reduces the penile curvature in more than 50 percent, with a pain reduction, an increasing in penile length of 1.5 cm and an improvement in the sexual function. ANDROPEYRONIE ® is the only device registered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for PD. More information in: https://www.andropeyronie.com

The new guidelines, presented by the Canadian Urological Association (CUA) in 2018, recommend the use of remodeling technique based on Penile Traction Device of Andromedical (ANDROPEYRONIE®) in combination with collagenase injections to treat patients with Peyronie's disease (PD).
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2019 New Treatment Guidelines for Peyronie's Disease
2019 New Treatment Guidelines for Peyronie's Disease
Urological Associations recommends combining the Penile Traction Devices of Andromedical with Collagenase injections to treat Peyronie.

NEW YORK, November 29, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Andromedical Laboratory has patented and researched Penile Traction Devices for 20 years to develop ANDROPEYRONIE ®, a medical device to treat Peyronie's disease. Based on a clinical study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine (Nov-2013, Dr. Martínez-Salamanca et al.), ANDROPEYRONIE ® reduces the penile curvature in more than 50 percent, with a pain reduction, an increasing in penile length of 1.5 cm and an improvement in the sexual function. ANDROPEYRONIE ® is the only device registered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for PD. More information in: https://www.andropeyronie.com

The new guidelines, presented by the Canadian Urological Association (CUA) in 2018, recommend the use of remodeling technique based on Penile Traction Device of Andromedical (ANDROPEYRONIE®) in combination with collagenase injections to treat patients with Peyronie's disease (PD).
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