Flyte is backed by strong clinical evidence
Flyte was studied in patients with stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in two key studies including a 119 patient, multi-center double blind, randomized trial, one of the largest of its kind for an in-home SUI treatment.
Single-Center Study at Arctic University of Norway
Pelvic floor training 5 mins/day for 4-6 weeks using Flyte™ (n=60 female SUI patients; mean age=47; all referred for surgery)
- 1-hour standard volume stress tests to measure urine lost and captured in incontinence pads
- After 6 weeks, 82.9% of patients were continent (defined as ≤4g leakage)
- Urine leakage decreased from a mean of 20.3g +/- 12.2g to 1.5g +/- 6.7g
- Patients (n=36) followed for 2 years; 77% reported continued continence at the 2-year mark; none underwent surgery
120-Patient SUI Multi-Center, Randomized, Double-Blind, Controlled Study in United States
- Final enrollment: n=119 patients. 5 mins/day treatment sessions for 12 weeks; Control group crossed over to treatment at week 6
- 24-hour pad weight tests to measure urine lost and captured in incontinence pads
- Within 2 -12 weeks, 71% of patients were dry or near dry (defined as < 10 g leakage in 24 hours)
- At 6 weeks, 81% of patients were responders. At 12 weeks, 91% of patients were responders (defined as ≥ 10% reduction in leakage)
- 21.4 grams mean reduction in pad weight, yielding 57% to 300% better outcomes and requiring at least 83% less treatment time than competitive products using electrical stimulation, based on published studies
Flyte is proven to reduce bladder leaks - both frequency and volume.
Before starting therapy with Flyte, patients in our US clinical trial experienced bladder leaks daily – between 10 – 500 grams a day. Twelve weeks into clinical trial, patients saw a dramatic reduction in leaks, most leaking 0 – 10 grams.
Flyte is proven to improve the quality of life for women with stress urinary incontinence.
of users said Flyte is simple and easy to use (106 women surveyed)
of users said Flyte was useful (106 women surveyed)
of users would recommend Flyte to others (106 women surveyed)
Stop coping. Start treating at home.
(and say goodbye to all those pads!)