BREEZE™ Clinical Study | Zenflow Spring® System for BPH
 

Are Urinary Symptoms Interfering with Your Life?


See if the BREEZE™ Clinical Study
might be right for you



What is BPH?

If you suffer from symptoms of an enlarged prostate, you are not alone. Millions of men in the world have a condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or enlargement of the prostate.

The prostate is a walnut-shaped gland that surrounds the urethra, the tube that drains urine from the body.

As you age, the prostate grows and presses on the urethra causing bothersome urinary symptoms.



Do you suffer from the following symptoms of enlarged prostate?

Frequent need to urinate during the day and at night

Weak or slow urinary system

A sense that you cannot completely empty your bladder

Difficulty or delay in starting urination

Urgent feeling of needing to urinate

A urinary stream that stops and starts

If you have these symptoms you may qualify for the BREEZE™ Clinical Study.



What is the Spring® Treatment and How Does it Treat BPH Symptoms?

The Zenflow Spring® is an investigational device designed to relieve the symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate.

The Spring gently props open the narrowed urethra, improving urinary flow.

Although the Spring is designed to be permanent, it can be removed at any time.

Clinical studies to date have had promising outcomes with respect to patient symptom relief, urinary flow rates, and preservation of sexual function.



 

How Zenflow is Different


 

What is the BREEZE™ Clinical Study?


The BREEZE™ Clinical Study will evaluate a new investigational treatment, the Zenflow Spring® System, to relieve symptoms of an enlarged prostate.


Potential Benefits of the Spring® Treatment:

  • Patient-friendly alternative to current treatment options – during Spring placement there is no piercing, cutting, or burning of prostate tissue
  • Minimally invasive treatment can be performed as an outpatient procedure
  • Patients can typically return home the same day

Participation in this study is free of charge for the patient and you will be reimbursed for your time. Prior to participating, potential risks, benefits, and treatment options will be explained to you.