#208 Trends in Obstetric Anal Sphincter injuries over 10 years – Incidence and Risk factors
Tyagi V1, Perera M1, Guerrero K11. Nhs Greater Glasgow And Clyde
#209 Obstetrical Anal Sphincter Injuries: A Survey of Clinical Practice Among Canadian Obstetricians
Best C1, Drutz H1, Lovatsis D1, Alarab M11. Division of Urogynecology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mount Sinai Hospital, University of Toronto
#210 Correlation of Vector Volume Parameters
Schizas A1, Emmanuel A2, Williams A11. Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, 2. University College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
#211 Rectal balloon training as add-on therapy to pelvic floor muscle training in adults with faecal incontinence: a randomised controlled trial
Bols E1, Berghmans B2, de Bie R1, Govaert B1, van Wunnik B1, Heymans M3, Hendriks E1, Baeten C11. Maastricht University Medical Centre, 2. Pelvic care Center Maastricht - Maastricht University Medical Centre - the Netherlands, 3. VU University Medical Centre Amsterdam
#212 Predictors of a favourable outcome of physiotherapy in faecal incontinence: secondary analysis of a randomised trial
Bols E1, Hendriks E1, de Bie R1, Baeten C1, Berghmans B21. Maastricht University Medical Centre, 2. Pelvic care Center Maastricht - Maastricht University Medical Centre - the Netherlands
#213 Functional results and patient satisfaction with Sacral Nerve Stimulation for idiopathic faecal incontinence
Duelund-Jakobsen J1, van Wunnik B2, Buntzen S1, Lundby L1, Baeten C2, Laurberg S11. Aarhus University Hospital - THG, Department of Surgery P, Denmark, 2. Maastricht University Medical Center, Department of Colorectal Surgery, The Netherlands.
#214 A prospective “bottom up” study of the direct personal and investigation costs of faecal incontinence in ambulatory men and women, in relation to severity.
Parkin K1, Patton V1, Lubowski D2, Moore K31. St George Hospital , Sydney Australia, 2. Colorectal Surgery, St George Hospital , Sydney Australia, 3. Pelvic Floor Unit, University of New South Wales
#215 Serial IV infusions of stem cells cause sustained anal pressure improvement after anal sphincter injury.
Zutshi M1, Salcedo L1, Damaser M1, Kiedrowski M1, Mayorga M1, Penn M11. Cleveland Clinic Foundation
#216 INTRAVENOUSLY INJECTED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS HOME TO PELVIC ORGANS AFTER SIMULATED CHILDBIRTH INJURY
Damaser M1, Cruz M A1, Dissaranan C1, Cotleur A1, Kiedrowski M1, Penn M1, Goldman H B11. Cleveland Clinic
#217 Role of Puborectalis Muscle in the Genesis of Urethral Pressure
Rajasekaran M R1, Sohn D W2, Salehi M1, Mittal R11. University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093. USA, 2. Catholic University, Seoul, Korea & University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093. USA.
#218 DOES A RING PESSARY IN SITU IMPROVE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE FUNCTION IN WOMEN WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE?
Bø K1, Majida M2, Ellstrøm Engh M21. Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Dept of Sports Medicine and Akershus University Hospital, 2. Akershus university hospital, Dept of Obstet Gynecol
#219 Long term outcomes of pessary use in women with pelvic organ prolapse
Ramsay S1, Bouchard F1, Tu L M11. Université de Sherbrooke