"The goal in developing the Acessa Procedure was to provide women with an option for effectively managing their fibroid symptoms while leaving their uterus intact, which isn't possible with some other procedures. We also wanted to minimize the impact that treatment would have on their lives," said Jeffrey M. Cohen, Halt Medical CEO. "The data presented at AAGL show that the same-day Acessa Procedure provides meaningful and lasting symptom control while leaving the uterus intact, minimizing the mental, physical and emotional impact of uterine fibroids on patients' daily lives."In addition to managing fibroid symptoms and improving health related quality of life, treatment with Acessa also enables patients to rapidly return to normal life activities. In another study presented at AAGL, patients with uterine fibroids were randomized to receive treatment with standard surgery or the Acessa procedure. Data showed that those patients treated with standard surgery stayed three times longer in the hospital and were slower to return to regular activities than those patients who were treated with the Acessa Procedure.
New Data Show That Women With Uterine Fibroids Experienced Significant And Long-Term Improvement In Their Symptoms With The Acessa™ Procedure
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