Systematic Reviews volume 9 , Article number: 85 Cite this article. Metrics details. Surgical interventions for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence SUI in women are commonly employed following the failure of minimally invasive therapies. Due to the limited information available on the relative cost-effectiveness of available surgeries for treating SUI, a de novo economic analysis was conducted to assess costs and effects of all relevant surgeries. To inform the economic analysis, the objective of this review was to identify and assess the quality of existing economic evaluation studies on different surgical interventions for the treatment of SUI in women. The key criteria for inclusion were that the study population included women with SUI and that the surgical interventions considered were utilised as either a primary or a follow-up surgery.
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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Download Free PDF. Pregnancy and delivery after mid-urethral sling procedures for stress urinary incontinence: case reports and a review of literature International Urogynecology Journal, Harry Vervest.
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Stress urinary incontinence is a serious threat to the well-being of women world-wide. In this scoping review of the literature, we examined the most prominent research foci between the years and In this article, conservative treat-ment is operationalized as any non-surgical or non-pharmacological treatment modalities that could be carried out by specially trained nurses, physiotherapists, or physicians to treat stress urinary incontinence in women. The two most frequently described or systematically investigated treatment options identified in our review were 1 strengthening pelvic floor muscles with pelvic floor muscle training, including biofeedback and weighted vaginal cones; and 2 the use of intravaginal support devices, such as incontinence pessaries.