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Does mesh surgery improve quality of life in women with urinary incontinence?

Posted by on Jul 15, 2018 in Urinary incontinence | 0 comments

In a nutshell This study looked at the improvement of quality of life and sexuality in women who were treated for stress/mixed urinary incontinence (SUI/MUI – leaking of urine when coughing or straining) with a mesh system (material used to support the bladder and urinary system). The study found that there was a significant improvement over time...

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Long-term outcomes of vaginal sling procedures

Posted by on Mar 13, 2016 in Urinary incontinence | 0 comments

In a nutshell This study investigated the long-term safety and effectiveness of vaginal sling procedures. Researchers concluded that vaginal sling procedures are a safe and effective long-term treatment option for stress urinary incontinence. Some background Sling procedures are the most common type of surgery used to help control stress urinary...

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An overview on artificial urinary sphincters

Posted by on Mar 9, 2016 in Urinary incontinence | 0 comments

In a nutshell This study reviewed artificial urinary sphincters for treating urinary incontinence. The authors concluded that artificial urinary sphincters can be used as an effective first-line procedure for managing incontinence after prostate surgery. Some background Urinary incontinence is common among men undergoing prostate surgery. Prostate...

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Is Botox a good long-term treatment for patients with overactive bladders?

Posted by on Jan 7, 2016 in Urinary incontinence | 0 comments

In a nutshell This long-term study examined the safety and effectiveness of botulinum toxin A (onabotulinumtoxinA, OnabotA, or Botox) in the treatment of urinary incontinence in patients with overactive bladders. Researchers concluded that OnabotA consistently improves urinary incontinence due to bladder muscle over-activity. Some background...

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