SimpleVas® Vasectomy

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WHAT IS IT?

VASECTOMY

Vasectomy is a dependable method of birth control for men who think they will never want any or any more children.

Developed as a means of contraception in the early 20th century, and popular (500,000 procedures per year) since the 1950’s,

It is a simple 20 minute procedure performed in a doctor’s office or clinic with a local anesthetic.

The objective is to prevent sperm from entering the semen, 95% of which is support fluid made by glands called the prostate and seminal vesicles, located in the pelvis behind and beneath the bladder.

Anatomy Before Vasectomy

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Anatomy After Vasectomy

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HOW DOES THE SPERM MOVE?

ANATOMY

Sperm are made in the testes

From each testicle, sperm move through a long curled-up tube behind the testis (the epididymis) wherein they become mature. From there, they swim up a foot-long tube (the vas) which guides them up to the channel (urethra) through which men urinate and ejaculate. Just before entering the urethra, the left and right vas tubes are enlarged, and it is here, behind the bladder, where many sperm are stored between ejaculations.

Male Anatomy – Sperm Production

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HOW IS IT DONE?

GETTING TO THE VAS

The easiest place to access the vas tubes is just above the testes where the vas tubes are just beneath the thin scrotal skin, easy to feel and very mobile.

Vas is grasped through the skin and elevated

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Skin is entered with sharp instrument (no-scalpel)

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ANESTHESIA

During SimpleVas® Vasectomy, Dr. Guarín administers an anesthetic solution with a pressure spray applicator (MadaJet®) to numb the scrotal skin and the vas tubes, without using any needles.

Anesthesia: Needle Vs. No-Needle

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Madajet®: No-Needle Device

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NO-SCALPEL TECHNIQUE

During SimpleVas® Vasectomy, Dr. Guarín uses special instruments to perform the procedure through a single tiny access-opening on the front side of the scrotum. The 1/4-inch slit usually seals within hours, so no stitches are needed.

Sharp Forceps to enter the skin

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Clamp to grasp Vas and Skin

No needle vasectomy

EXPOSING THE VAS

Through the small incision each vas deferens is delivered to the exterior were it can be interrupted.

Piercing the skin and the vas

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Taking the Vas out of Scrotum

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BLOCKING THE VAS TUBES

Each vas (left and right) is divided about one inch above each testis, where it is just beneath the thin scrotal skin and very easy to reach.

– Some operators remove a piece of vas, others don’t.

– Some tie off one or both vas ends using permanent or absorbable sutures or the small clips used to stop bleeding blood vessels during other types of surgical procedures

– Others cauterize (burn) the ends so that they will seal by scarring

– Still others simply place the divided ends out of alignment, by closing the vas sheath between the 2 ends with a suture or tiny clip so the ends won’t grow back together.

Cauterization of the Vas

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Using Silk Sutures

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Using Titanium Hemoclip

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IS IT EFFECTIVE?

Dr. Guarín follows a very effective technique (with less than 0.5% failure rate) in which the portion of each vas that goes towards the abdomen is cauterized, buried into the surrounding tissue, and secured with a small titanium clip (no side effects); while the portion that goes to the testicles is left open and free flowing (which reduces the risk of congestion post-vasectomy)


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