Friday, December 2, 2022

Axonics Announces Comprehensive Launch of the Axonics F15™ Recharge-Free Sacral Neuromodulation System

Axonics, Inc. today announced the comprehensive launch of the Axonics F15 across the United States. The newly developed, long-lived, fully recharge-free sacral neuromodulation (SNM) system received FDA approval in March.

“The Axonics recharge-free system is a welcome advancement for patients suffering from bladder and bowel dysfunction,” said Taylor Moore, M.D., board-certified urologist at Arkansas Urology. “My initial implants of the new device have gone well, with low amplitudes achieved at the time of implant suggesting longevity in the body of around 20 years. Clinical outcomes with the Axonics rechargeable SNM system have exceeded our expectations and we anticipate similar results with the Axonics F15. We are pleased to now offer patients a non-rechargeable option that provides significant longevity in the body, constant current stimulation, and a remote control that is recharge-free and easy for patients to use.”

About Axonics F15

  • INS type: primary cell battery
  • INS longevity: functional life has been validated for over 15 years at typical stimulation parameters and over 20 years at lower energy settings
  • INS volume: 10 cubic centimeters (20% smaller than the market’s other non-rechargeable SNM device)
  • Stimulation: constant current automatically adjusts stimulation output
  • Tined lead: universal tined lead compatible with both recharge-free and rechargeable Axonics systems
  • MRI compatibility: full body with 1.5T and 3.0T whole-body scanners
  • Patient remote control: intuitive, recharge-free key fob featuring SmartMRI technology
  • Programming: proprietary algorithm recommends optimal stimulation parameters based on intraoperative responses

Raymond W. Cohen, CEO of Axonics, said, “Physician response to the Axonics F15 has been overwhelmingly positive. Our sales team is now armed with a complete portfolio of SNM products that, along with our national DTC campaign, will contribute to Axonics achieving its mission of treating more adults suffering from incontinence. We remain confident that our commitment to innovation, quality, and providing physicians and patients strong support will continue to drive SNM market expansion and advance Axonics on its path to market leadership.”

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