Management of postoperative complications, Quality of Life and palliation in females with stress urinary incontinence undergoing midurethral sling procedures

Lucian Iorga1,6, Radu Anghel1,6, Dragos Marcu1,2,6, Bogdan Socea2,3, 4,5, Ovidiu Gabriel Bratu1,2,4,7, Dan Mischianu1,2,4,7

1 University Emergency Central Military Hospital „Dr. Carol Davila”, Bucharest, Romania, 2“Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest România, 3“Sf. Pantelimon” Clinical Emergency Hospital, 4Academy of Romanian Scientists, Bucharest, Romania, 5 Surgery, 6MD, 7Urology

Recieved: 15.03.2018 • Accepted for publication: 29.03.2019


Stress urinary incontinence is a common health issue affecting the quality of life of more than 50% of women at some point in their lifes, frequently associated with pelvic organ prolapse. It represents the involuntary leakage of urine through urethra with the increase of intraabdominal pressure. In terms of surgical management, midurethral sling procedures, such as the tension-free vaginal tape and transobturator midurethral slings, have started to replace other surgical treatments, being minimally invasive procedures.

In this paper we wanted to evaluate the impact of surgery on the quality of life, patient satisfaction and sexual function, and also postoperative pain management.

Keywords: incontinence, sling procedures, patient satisfaction, sexual function, palliation


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