Minimally invasive treatment for passive faecal incontinence


- Overview

PTQ® Implants are indicated for trans-sphincteric implantation in the Internal Anal Sphincter (IAS)

for the treatment of passive faecal incontinence due to a weak or disrupted internal anal

sphincter.  PTQ fills “the gap” between conservative and invasive treatments and provides results in the

short term and beyond.


PTQ is not FDA-cleared for the treatment of faecal incontinence.


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