Shangring

No pain, no surgery, no blood

Latest technology, proven results

ShangRing, named after the inventor, recommended by World Health Organization, is the latest internationally patented disposable male circumcision clamp. This device has been presented in many world class urology conferences, and received strong compliments from many world leading experts in this field. Comparing to the existing clamps available today, ShangRing has more advantages and less disadvantages.

 

Characteristics of the device:

        Made of nano plastic from America

        Very light weight (2.5 grams – 8.5 grams)

        Small (inner ring’s diameter from 11mm – 40mm)

        Pre-sterilized

        Anti-Bacteria

        Simple structure

 

Advantages of using ShangRing:

        No stitching required 

        Mostly painless

        Easy and fast procedure

        No bed rest

        Able to return to work right after the operation

        Able to do regular activities right after the operation

        Strong clinical evidence on safety and patient’s satisfaction

        No serious adverse effect

 

Comments about ShangRing from world leading experts of urology:

Circumcision with this technique promises to be faster, safer and more acceptable to patients than conventional surgical circumcision methods”, by Prof. Marc Goldstein (USA), Past-President of the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology.

It is so far the most advanced device among the devices available in the world”, by Prof. Timothy B. Hargreave (UK), World Health Organization expert in male circumcision technique.

This seems to be the ideal device”, by Dr. Phillip S. Li (USA), world leading urologist in microsurgery.

The beauty of this device is its simple, innovative design”, by Dr. Howard Kim (USA), an expert in male reproductive medicine and microsurgery.

 

Comparing ShangRing to Conventional Surgical Circumcision method:

 

Conventional

 

ShangRing

Operating time

30 – 45 min

3 – 5 min

Blood loss during the operation

12 ml

2 – 3 ml

Pain Score from 0 (no pain) to 10 (worst pain):

– During operation

– 24 hours after operation

 

 

4

5 – 6

 

 

< 1

< 2

Stitching

Yes

No

Bed rest

Yes

No

Antibiotic

Yes

No

Cosmetic effect

Poor

Good

Complications

 

Conventional

ShangRing

Infection rate

12%

0.75%

Bleeding rate after operation

12%

0.5%

Swelling around the wound

35%

21%

Possibility of scarring around the wound

Yes

No

Potential of improper foreskin length cut

Yes

No

Incidence of:

a)    Penile head damaged

b)    Frenulum damaged

c)     Life threatening infection

d)    Death

 

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

No

No

No

No

 Note: The data included in the above tables are obtained from clinical trials.

 

 Comparing the Different Designs of Disposable Circumcision Devices:

Encasement technique

(for most devices)

 

Eversion technique

(ShangRing)

Avoid head of the penis injury during excision

No stitching required

Prone to infection. Penile head and coronal sulcus (groove between the shaft and penile head) is enclosed

Reduce possibility of infection. Penile head and coronal sulcus is open, allow for cleaning

Pain & swelling. Device may exert pressure on the penile head

No pressure exerted on penile head

 

Most devices are bulky, might cause inconvenience to patients

Small & light

 

No guarantee on consistency of appropriate foreskin length cutting

Guarantee for consistently appropriate foreskin length cutting

ShangRing is the only disposable circumcision device using the Eversion technique. This technique has been patented.

 

Major differences between ShangRing and Other types of clamp:

Features

Other Clamps

ShangRing

Coronal sulcus

Closed

Opened

Head of the penis

Enclosed

Exposed

Size of the device

Bulky

Small

Consistent Result

Yes

Space allow for nighttime penile erection

No

Yes

Visible frenulum (tissue band beneath the penile head) during operation, prevent damage

 

No

 

Yes

24 hours post operation pain score:

from 0 (no pain) to 10 (worst pain)

 

 

Low (<2)*

Patients satisfaction rate

99.5%-99.7%*

Endorsements from world leading experts

No

Yes

Strong clinical evidence on safety

Yes

* The data are obtained from clinical trials

 

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List of hospitals using ShangRing:

  • Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University
  • Affiliated Hospital of Wannan Medical College
  • Affiliated Hospital of Bengbu Medical College
  • 301 General Hospital of Chinese People’s Liberation Army
  • National People’s Armed Police General Hospital
  • Affiliated Beijing Chaoyang Hospital of Capital University
  • Affiliated People’s Hospital of Peking University
  • Beijing Tongren Hospital
  • Peking Union Medical College Hospital
  • Andrology Hospital of Beijing University
  • Renji Hospital of Shanghai Jiaotong University
  • Shanghai 411-Hospital of PLA
  • Shanghai Charity Hospital
  • Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Command
  • Nanjing Maternal and Child Health Hospital
  • Affiliated Hospital of GuangdongSun Yat-Sen University
  • The First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University
  • Ningbo No.1 People’s Hospital, Sichuan West China Hospital
  • Guizhou Provincial People’s Hospital
  • Affiliated Hospital of Xi’an Jiao Tong University

 

Positive testimonials given by other medical experts:

  • Prof. Guo Yin-Lu with the Affiliated People’s Hospital of Peking University
  • Prof. Zhu Ji-Chuan with the People’s Hospital of Peking University, chairperson of Chinese Andrology Society, and Chinese Medical Association
  • Prof. Wang Xiao-Feng from People’s Hospital of Peking University
  • Prof. Wang Yi-Xin and Huang Yi-Ran with the Affiliated Renji Hospital of Shanghai Jiaotong University
  • Prof. Huang Yu-Feng with Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Command
  • Prof. Jiang Hui from Beijing No.3 People’s Hospital
  • Prof. Den Chun-Hua with the Affiliated Hospital of GuangdongSun Yat-Sen University
  • Prof. Wu Ke-Rang with Beijing Chaoyang Hospital, head of Urology Department

 

Clinical trial references:

  1. Peng YF. Clinical application of a new device for minimally invasive circumcision. Asian J Androl. 2008 May;10(3):447-54
  2. Cheng Y. A recommendable standard protocol of adult male circumcision with the Chinese Shang Ring: outcomes of 328 cases in China. Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. 2009 Jul;15(7):584-92
  3. Yan B. Circumcision with the Chinese Shang Ring in children: outcomes of 824 cases. Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. 2010 Mar;16(3):250-3
  4. Li H. Shang Ring circumcision versus conventional surgical procedures: Comparison of clinical effectiveness. Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. 2010;16(4):325-7
  5. Barone MA, Ndede F, Goldstein M. The Shang Ring device for the male circumcision: a proof of concept study in Kenya. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2011 May;15(1):7-12

 

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