Hyposfix will be presented to the audience during the LV congress of the SECP in Valencia, Spain, on May 11-13.

Hyposfix is a new medical product for the treatment of hypospadias. It is a sterile urological separator-fixator that provides stability and traction in the surgical field in pediatric urological surgeries.

The device was designed by professionals from the Pediatric Surgery Service of the Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol in Badalona (belonging to the  Institut Català de la Salut), specifically by Dr. Rosa Ma Isnard Blanchar and Dr. Marta de Diego Suárez, current president of the Spanish Society of Pediatric Surgery.

The project has been promoted by the Institut de Recerca Germans Trias i Pujol (IGTP), with the collaboration of a company dedicated to innovation, development, manufacturing and commercialization of new medical devices, Ventura Medical Technologies.

In addition, among the company’s other products is a thoracic implant, the Pectus Up New Generation, which has been on the national and international market for 8 years, with 255 interventions, in more than 20 countries on different continents.

Since 1963 the SECP has held its Annual Congress every year, aimed at offering high quality scientific content to expert professionals in pediatric surgery from all over the country.

The Congress will be held at the Hospital Universitari i Politècnic La Fe (Valencia), an innovative and elegant space that has become a national and international reference in healthcare architecture, not only for its size, but also for its functionality and the excellence of its professionals.

As for the characteristics of Hyposfix, the new product is presented as an improvement in adaptability, comfort and efficiency during the surgical repair of Hypospadias, or other less frequent urethral pathologies.

The innovative urological device allows optimal access to the surgical field during surgeries, maintains the rigidity, tension and position of the tissues constantly by resting the base of the penis on a flat surface and not on the patient’s own abdomen. It does not require the intervention of any professional to keep the penis immobilized, allowing the surgeon to have free access to the surgical field simply with the device.