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As many of you are preparing your abstracts for PFD Week 2020, I wanted to update everyone on a few changes to the annual meeting structure. In an effort to be responsive to attendee and member feedback on the annual meeting, the Board created a task force to take a closer...


The CPT Editorial Panel created two new CPT codes to replace the previous biofeedback code 90911. CMS designated these codes such that Physicians and Non-Physician Practitioners (NPPs; including nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and certified nurse specialists)...


In September 2019, AUGS convened a meeting to open a dialogue on the importance of patient reported outcomes, meaningfulness of quality indicators and the need for a measurement tool that could be widely adopted by the field. It was agreed that this work should be advanced...


AUGS is now accepting submissions for abstracts, workshops and roundtables for PFD Week 2020, to be held October 6-10 in Vancouver, Canada. Don't miss your opportunity to be an active participant in PFD Week — submit your roundtable...


Racial and ethnic differences have been described in female urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. In particular, minority races and ethnicities are more likely to report overactive bladder (OAB) and less likely...

source: URO Today

One of the complications of urodynamic study is urinary tract infection. The aim of this study was to determine the rate of urinary tract infection (UTI) after UDS in patients referred to the pelvic floor clinic with regard to the...

source: Caspian Journal of Internal Medicine


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