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Through this interactive application you will be able to visually demonstrate pelvic floor exam results to your patients. Learn more.
Take advantage of the unique chance to choose two out of the three included hands-on sessions at the upcoming Urogynecology for the Advanced Practice Provider. Sessions include “Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation for Today’s Urogynecology Practice”, “Botox Injections”, and “Pessaries”. With up to 11.5 CE credits, over 145 attendees already registered, this course is the place to be. Have you secured your spot yet? Do you know someone who may be interested? Share the complete program today!
Join us Oct. 9-12 in Chicago for PFD Week 2018, the most robust scientific meeting in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Submit an abstract today! Deadline to submit workshops and roundtables is April 9. Learn more.
This guide, developed by the AUGS Advanced Practice, Physical Therapy, and Allied Health Special Interest Group, is written to assist practices with hiring and training advance practice providers (APP) for Urogynecology-focused offices. The guide includes a checklist and evaluation form, designed to identify areas for continued professional development. Learn more.
Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica
To date sacrocolpopexy is regarded as the gold standard treatment for primarily apical compartment prolapse and multi-compartment prolapse. Most bladder and bowel dysfunction improves post-operatively after sacrocolpopexy, however de-novo bowel or de-novo bladder dysfunction can occur. The inferior hypogastric nerve is commonly known amongst pelvic surgeons.
Diseases of the Colon and Rectum
Pelvic organ prolapse was associated with a higher rectal prolapse recurrence rate and earlier recurrence in women undergoing perineal, but not abdominal, repairs. Multidisciplinary evaluation can facilitate individualized management of women with rectal prolapse. Abdominal repair should be considered in women with concomitant rectal and pelvic organ prolapse.
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European Urology Focus
Although both intravesical onabotulinumtoxinA injections and sacral neuromodulation could be offered in cases of bladder pain syndrome and overactive bladder syndrome, there is still no scientific agreement on the best option after failure of standard therapies.
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology
Construct validity was demonstrated for the simulated vaginal hysterectomy trainer (SimVaHT). The SimVaHT is a practical and inexpensive tool that may improve resident vaginal surgical skills prior to their first case in the operating room.
Antibiotics can successfully help rid a patient of chronic urinary tract infection symptoms. This is the finding of a new clinical study led by Sheela Swamy of University College London in the U.K. The study in the International Urogynecology Journal, which is published by Springer, highlights the growing concern of many practitioners that the tests they rely on to diagnose urinary tract infections are inadequate.
HealthDay News via The Cardiology Advisor
Participants in a systematic voiding program for incontinence following stroke found it to be helpful, according to a study published online in the Journal of Clinical Nursing.
Josephine M.E. Gibson, PhD, from the University of Central Lancashire in the United Kingdom, and colleagues conducted structured interviews with 16 participants (12 stroke survivors, 4 caregivers) before discharge from an inpatient stroke unit. The authors sought to assess acceptability and implementation of a systematic voiding program for incontinence following stroke.
Prolonged sitting time and low physical activity levels were linked with the development of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in a BJU International study of 69,795 middle-aged Korean men.
A team led by researchers at the Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, in South Korea, found that the incidence rate of LUTS — which relate to urine storage and/or voiding disturbances — was 39 per 1,000 person-years. (A person-year is the number of years of follow-up multiplied by the number of people in the study.)
By Keith Carlson
Every healthcare organization is a rich repository of accumulated wisdom that serves as the underpinnings of that organization's overall identity and values. While website mission statements are one aspect of identity, truly distinctive character and wisdom are represented by the memory, knowledge and skill of the individuals who are intrinsic parts of the collective whole. Intelligent healthcare leaders recognize this dynamic by honoring, valuing and preserving institutional memory.
Harvard Business Review
Some of the biggest medical advances of the last few decades have been in diagnostic imaging. The same forces that have propelled technology developments elsewhere — tiny cameras, smaller and faster processors, and real-time data streaming — have revolutionized how clinicians use imaging in performing procedures. Yet, while imaging has radically evolved, how images are displayed is basically the same as it was in 1950. Augmented reality has the potential to change this.
|Female Pelvic Medicine and Reproductive Surgery Specialist - Faculty Position
||Medical College of Wisconsin
|Urogynecologist Opportunity in Northern Indiana
||Beacon Medical Group
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||Eastern Virginia Medical School
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|Urogynecologist: Assistant / Associate Professor
||University of Pittsburgh
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|| Atlanta, Georgia|
||Northwest Permanente, PC
|Urogynecologist (URO/ GYN)
||Crozer Keystone Health Network
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||Advanced Center for Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
||Mission Viejo, California|
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