About Deflux

Deflux, a minimally invasive procedure, may be the optimal solution for you and your child

If you’re a concerned parent, ask your pediatric urologist about Deflux.

What is Deflux?

Deflux, a hyaluronic acid (HA) and dextranomer gel, is a tissue bulking agent that’s injected around the ureteral opening to prevent urine from flowing back up the ureters. It’s a minimally invasive, outpatient procedure that has been proven effective in children with VUR.

In a survey of 91 families, 60% of parents preferred treatment with Deflux if they knew prolonged antibiotic therapy had to continue for 3-5 years or when operative treatment was required.1

In a 2018 study, 94% of patients stated satisfaction with their Deflux procedure.2

References:
  1. Ogan K, Pohl HG, Carlson D, Belman AB, Rushton HG. Parental preferences in the management of vesicoureteral reflux. J Urol. 2001;166(1):240-243.
  2. Lightfoot MA, Bilgutay AN, Tollin N, et al. Long-term clinical outcomes and parental satisfaction after dextranomer/hyaluronic acid injection for primary vesicoureteral reflux. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. 2018 SPU Conference.