Cervical-buried Hoop enjoys a higher success rate than Cervical Cerclage in preventing late miscarriages
Ms Li from Henan Province was 35 years old and she had encountered late miscarriages for three times. She had her first spontaneous abortion at her 5-month pregnancy in 2005 and it was her first pregnancy. She encountered her second late abortion again at her 6-month pregnancy in 2007. She received the dilation test and the dilation stick went through her internal cervical os smoothly, which meant she had cervical relaxation. In 2010, in order to prevent late abortion, she received cervical cerclage at her 16-week pregnancy in local hospital. However, she was found that the fetus had neck tumor so she had to have her cervical cerclage stitches demolished and received induced abortion. She was found that the stitches was loosened, which made part of the cervical os loosened too.
Ms Li got to know Beijing Antai Hospital as well as its advanced technology through a friend who had been cured for some gynecological disease there. Thus she came to Antai Hospital on Oct.16, 2013. Dr. Zhihui Wang told her that in treating late miscarriages, the success rate of cervical cerclage was far lower than imagination. The average success rate in China was around 20% and the success rate in Beijing was around 30% though medical level there was relatively higher. Meanwhile, the Cervical-buried Hoop Operation invented by Antai Hospital enjoyed a much higher success rate of more than 99%. It had never failed in preventing late miscarriages since implemented. Besides, Antai Hospital would sign a contract for its treatment and would refund if miscarriage happened again after the operation.
The high success rate of Cervical-buried Hoop invented by Antai Hospital is not only due to the experienced operation doctors, but also attribute to the biotic hoop which could effectively hooped the endocervix and would not cause problems like stitches loosened which may lead to miscarriages. Besides, the biotic hoop had good compatibility with human body so it does not need to be removed after the operation. And the operation is minimally invasive. It should be noted that patients who has received this operation must give birth through C-section.