Complications of Incontinence and Prolapse Surgery: Evaluation, Intervention, and Resolution—A Review from Both Specialties

Workshop 42

Workshop Schedule

14:00

Howard Goldman

14:10

Sandip Vasavada

14:35

Roger Dmochowski

15:10

All

15:30

None

16:00

Howard Goldman

16:35

Tristi Muir

17:00

All

17:40

All

Aims & Objectives

Advanced
240 minutes
Surgery for Stress Incontinence
Complications slings pelvic organ prolapse
This course is useful for pelvic floor reconstructive surgeons who perform incontinence or prolapse surgery. Whether one is a gynecologist or urologist a review of the essentials for preventing, evaluating and managing such complications is essential.

This course will summarize both common and uncommon complications associated with standard and new technologies used for pelvic floor reconstruction and urinary incontinence therapy in women. The intent of this course is to present both the approach to evaluation and management of these complications from both the urologic and urogynecologic perspective of the combined faculty. The emphasis is on newer technologies and complications, both acute and chronic, which are associated with these various surgeries. The goal of this course will be to summarize, not only identification, but also evaluation and appropriate intervention, as well as patient counselling for these various complications.