Transvaginal mesh, also called a bladder sling when used to treat stress urinary incontinence, has been linked to serious complications. Manufacturers have shelled out millions to settle lawsuits waged against them by women who claim they have been injured by the devices. But analysts say that the urinary sling market in the United States is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 11.85 percent through 2019. The report published online at MedGadget.com covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of transvaginal mesh as well as male slings in the United States using in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry ... Read More
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