eCoin study


Long term safety to be studied for eCoin

The FDA has approved a one year study for safety and efficacy using an implantable device that controls Overactive Bladder symptoms like frequency, urgency or urinary urgency incontinence. The study, sponsored by the manufacturer of the eCoin product Valencia technologies, is currently enrolling participants at the Florida Bladder Institute and multiple other sites around the country. It is intended to treat these symptoms over a three year period by using electrical stimulation at the site of the tibial nerve near the ankle via a small nickel-sized device. A short procedure in the office using only local anesthetic allows for the implantation of the device. If you suffer from Overactive Bladder and/or urgency incontinence, call the Florida Bladder Institute at 239-449-7979 and speak with our dedicated research coordinator Anne Wilson, RN. Enrollment in the study will continue into March 2019.

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