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Long-lasting and clinically proven solutions for bladder and bowel control

Axonics aspires to be the global leader in incontinence therapies by providing customer-centric solutions to improve the quality of life for patients suffering from urinary and bowel dysfunction.

OAB, FI, SUI solutions with Axonics SNM and Bulkamid
Axonics SNM


Rechargeable SNM System

Axonics R20 is an easy-to-use system that offers your patients a long-lasting therapy designed to last 20+ years, and only requires recharging every 6 to 10 months.*

*Recharge interval depends on therapy settings


Recharge-Free SNM System

With a 10 to 20 year battery life*, Axonics F15 has redefined the therapy experience for your patients, offering a long-lived and TRULY recharge-free solution.

*Depending on therapy settings


The Bulkamid Advantage

Unique Composition

Homogenous hydrogel consisting of 97.5% water and 2.5% cross-linked polyacrylamide3.

Precision Delivery System

Allows for reproducible placement of the Bulkamid cushions under direct vision.

Efficacious, Durable, Safe

92% of women report being cured or improved at 12 months3, with durability demonstrated at seven years4 and no serious adverse events5.

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  1. Recharge interval depends on therapy settings
  2. Pezzella A, McCrery R, Lane F, et al. Two-year outcomes of the ARTISAN-SNM study for the treatment of urinary urgency incontinence using the Axonics rechargeable sacral neuromodulation system [published online ahead of print, 2021 Jan 28]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2021;10.1002/nau.24615. doi:10.1002/nau.24615
  3. Brosche T, et al. Journal of Neurology and Urodynamics. 2021
  4. Dwyer et al., “Voice your choice”: A study of women’s choice of surgery for primary stress urinary incontinence. International Urogynecology Journal (2020) 31:769-777
  5. Itkonen Freitas et al. Journal of Urology 2020


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