The ideal size provides essential support when needed
Rigicon offers the Infla10® three-piece inflatable penile prostheses for men who need surgical intervention to treat erectile dysfunction (ED).
Infla10® cylinders are designed for fibrotic narrow corporal anatomies, creating an option to implant an inflatable penile prosthesis in this specific patient type.
Infla10® is specifically indicated for patients suffering from chronic, organic ED (impotence) and suitable candidates for penile prosthesis implantation.
Infla10® cylinders are reinforced with a novel 4th layer which increases cylinder surface integrity, offering a potential solution to cylinder surface erosion, one of the main causes for device malfunction.
Infla10® features a hydrophilic coating on all external surfaces, including the reservoir, allowing for compatibility with various antibiotics tailored to the patient’s needs.2
In this section, you will find quick answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. Keep in mind that each person and his condition are unique, and you should always consult an experienced physician to get the right answers for you.
It used to be called impotence. It is the inability to get an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. It has nothing to do with sexual desire or libido. It has nothing to do with ejaculation of sperm, orgasm or feeling good. It is simply getting sufficient penile stiffness to have sex.
A penile prosthesis is a sterile device implanted into men to allow them to have sufficient penile rigidity to penetrate their sexual partner. There are two types:
Yes, at the beginning there will be soreness, like walking on a sprained ankle. With time however, the device activation is painless.
No, the device is invisible in the genitalia.
Your erection is on demand and so is flaccidity. You can maintain the erection for as long as you like.
The penile implant has nothing to do with orgasm or ejaculation. Those are events that occur following sexual excitement. If you can orgasm and or ejaculate when suffering from ED, you will do likewise after the penile implant surgery.
Yes, if the woman is fertile and you have not had a sterilization, sex with a penile implant can certainly result in pregnancy. In fact, many young men with diabetes seek surgical restoration of their ability to father a child by having penile implant surgery.
Yes, all devices are MR Conditional which means you can be safely scanned. Special instructions are available from the manufacturer if you have a penile implant and need scanning.
The Infla10® appears to look like the competitive devices available worldwide. As the first new three-piece inflatable to appear on the market in decades, many subtle enhancements have been made after its evaluation by experienced implanting surgeons. The device is also coated with an infection retardant hydrophilic coating which allows your surgeon to add drugs to the aqueous solution to retard infection and decrease post-operative pain. Early studies published in the medical literature show the device is as safe or safer than its competitors that have been on the market for many years.