Benefits of Hyposfix

The ease, comfort and adaptability of the hyposfix make it an ideal device for penile surgeries


Any surgery of the penile urethra forces the surgeon to keep the penis resting on the abdomen on its dorsal aspect most of the surgical time, as well as still enough to be able to work in a comfortable way.

The current technique requires the intervention of an assistant, thus immobilizing a professional hand, to keep a constant traction of the suture point that is given to the patient’s glans.

It is difficult to manually maintain the desired traction consistently throughout the whole surgery.

Operacion Hyposfix


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It allows optimal access to the surgical field during surgeries of the urethra or of the other penile structures. It maintains rigidity, tension and position of the tissues in a constant way by resting the base of the penis on a flat surface and not on the patient’s own abdomen.


Surgeries of the urethra or of the other penile structures, as well as fistulas, can also be operated using the Hyposfix.


No assistant is required to keep the penis immobilized, allowing the surgeon to free the surgical field simply with the device.

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