Cosm is Modernizing Pelvic Health
Pelvic floor disorders, or PFDs, are a common, growing, and underserved women's health issue. One in every four adult women and half of women by age 80 are affected.
PFDs occur when the muscles and connective tissues are weakened or injured. The disorders include pelvic organ prolapse and urinary and/or fecal incontinence which have a significant impact on a person's quality of life.
Today's Solutions are Limited
Current gynecological prosthetics used to support pelvic organs, commonly known as pessaries, date back to 1,800 B.C. They come in different shapes and sizes all fit by trial and error and have not changed in 50+ years. Currently pessary fittings are done by finger measurements and are not customized to a patient's exact needs for their body.
Subjective trial and
error leads to:
fitting failure rate
drop rate within 1 yr
Clemons, J. L., Aguilar, V. C., Tillinghast, T. A., Jackson, N. D. & Myers, D. L. Risk factors associated with an unsuccessful pessary fitting trial in women with pelvic organ prolapse. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 190, 345–350 (2004).
Cosm provides the personalized approach to pelvic care that is missing today, with Gynethotics
Our solution is designed to reduce symptoms of PFDs in patients by providing a personalized approach to pelvic care. Since every patient's needs are unique to their bodies, Cosm is leveraging the latest advancements in ultrasound, cloud software, artificial intelligence, and 3D printing to create a data-driven, streamlined experience for patients and clinicians.
Gynethotics is the world's first custom-made gynecological prosthetic for unique bodies and needs.
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PFDs are a common, stigmatized and underserved global women's health issue
While PFDs are common, they are not normal. PFD awareness, education and destigmatization are critical to women's health and wellness. Learn more from these helpful organizations.