The only FDA-approved injectable treatment of vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), a malformation of the urinary bladder that affects 1% of children worldwide. VUR can cause severe infections of the urinary tract and lead to irreversible kidney damage.

IF YOUR CHILD HAS VUR,

DEFLUX IS HERE TO HELP.

A urinary tract infection, or UTI, can be painful for a child, and frustrating for a parent. But febrile UTIs (a UTI accompanied by a fever) or multiple UTIs can be a sign that something else is going on. Possibly, VUR.

Deflux is indicated for treatment of children with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) grades II-IV.

THERE IS GOOD NEWS.

IF YOUR CHILD HAS VUR, YOUR HAVE OPTIONS. 

Having a child with VUR can be a frustrating experience. Your child is one of the 1%, so you may not know who you can talk to about VUR. Learning about vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), how it affects your child and VUR treatments can be intimidating. This site can help.

Get the facts—about VURhow it’s treated and more. Armed with information, you can work with your doctor to make the best decision for your child.

Why Deflux?

Deflux Effectiveness

Deflux is Safe

FAQs

DISCUSSING VUR WITH FRUSTRATED

PATIENTS CAN BE A CHALLENGE.

If you have patients with vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), you may wonder about the best way to approach their parents.

Also, after reading about Deflux, you may have questions that a sales representative would be qualified to answer. We can assist with both.