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W2 Artificial Urinary Sphincters in Male and Female Neurogenic Patients, Technique and Indications
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Artificial Urinary Sphincters in Male and Female Neurogenic Patients, Technique and Indications

  • Workshop 2
  • Wednesday 7th September 2022
  • 07:30 - 09:00 CEST
  • Hall K2. Capacity: 220
  • In-Person and online attendees
  • ICS Members OnlyRestricted Video
26/01/2023 15:33:27

Workshop Schedule

Wilhelm A. Hübner
Frank Van der Aa
Wilhelm A. Hübner
Wilhelm A. Hübner
Emmanuel Jean Chartier-Kastler
Frank Van der Aa
Emmanuel Jean Chartier-Kastler
Wilhelm A. Hübner
Emmanuel Jean Chartier-Kastler
Frank Van der Aa
Ralf G Anding
Craig Comiter
Wilhelm A. Hübner
Emmanuel Jean Chartier-Kastler
Frank Van der Aa
Wilhelm A. Hübner
Wilhelm A. Hübner

Aims & Objectives

Intermediate
90 minutes
Male Stress Urinary Incontinence (Post Prostatectomy Incontinence)
Clinical
male/female AUS implantation incontinence surgery neurourology
Urology, Urogynaecology and Female & Functional Urology

Aims and Objectives

Techniques for males (transscrotal, tandem etc.) and females and adjustable sphincters are described. Female AUS indication will be carved out with regards to reluctance to meshes.
Neurogenic indications for AUS are rare, however in patients with detrusor insufficiency obstructive devices are not indicated - the open/close mechanism of the AUS is needed. For patients with complications of CIC deobstruction in combination with AUS providing voluntary micturition offers an alternative. The role of the AUS in favor of all types of patients will be clarified to allow correct advisory service and referral. Surgically active delegates will receive answers to specific questions.

See also chapter “description”