Problems of correcting the functional state of the lower urinary tract after surgical treatment of urinary incontinence in women

Written by Volnykh I.Yu., Danilov V.V., Besedin S.V.

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Background. Recently, minimally invasive technology has become the main method of treating urinary incontinence in women. However, the simplicity of minimally invasive procedures does not guarantee its effectiveness, and it is often registered dissatisfaction with the intervention, in some cases – failure of treatment.
Methods. Follow-up results of 132 trocar synthetic sling surgery (TSS) were analyzed in women with urinary incontinence.
Results. In one fourth of the patients in the late post-surgery period there were urinary disorders with incontinence mandatory options that required pharmacological correction and destination α1-blockers and M-anticholinergics.
Conclusions. To improve the efficiency of treatment after TSS, the non-invasive clinical and urodynamic monitoring should be carried out for at least one year with the identification of patients who showed the conservative therapy for the normalization of the functional state of the lower urinary tract.

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I.Yu. Volnykh1, V.V. Danilov2, S.V. Besedin1
1 JSC Russian Railways hospital branch at the Vladivostok station (25 Verkhneportovaya St. Vladivostok 690063 Russian Federation),
2 Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation)

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