from book Urogynecology: Evidence-Based Clinical Practice (p. 67-193). Urogynecology: Evidence-Based Clinical Practice. Success was assessed subjectively and by clinical examination for recurrence of prolapse, associated post-operative complications, subsequent voiding difficulties, and incidence of incontinence.
This updated version incorporates new evidence in the areas of continence procedures, prolapse management, mesh usage and complications; in addition to new insights into Sacral Nerve Stimulation for refractory detrusor overactivity.
Dr Kate Moore is Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, St George Hospital and The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Evidence-based obstetrics and gynecology. 649 Pages · 2019 · . 4 MB · 2,479 Downloads ·English. This book also targets the obstetrics and gyne- cology content on the USMLE Step 2 examination First Aid for the. Obstetrics and Gynecology. Life is not meant to be easy, my child; but take courage: it can be delightful. ― George Bernard Shaw. 71 MB·15,600 Downloads. complexity to those included in Step 2 of the United States Medical Licensing.
Urogynecology: Evidence-Based Clinical Practice. Current management options are described, so that consultant gynecologists with no previous formal urogynecological training would find this a useful quick practical update.
Evidence-based Clinical Practice. kategoria: General Medicine, Diagnostics, Therapy. Aimed at general practitioners and junior gynecology trainees, it will also be useful for consultant gynecologists with no previous formal urogynecological training. autor: Kate H. Moore. wydawnictwo: Springer-Verlag GmbH. Kate H. Moore po angielsku, inne książki tego autora.
With rising prevalence of urinary incontinence and prolapse in aging population in the Western world there is an increasing need for knowledge about this subject. This handy pocketbook summarizes the practical patient management, based upon the available evidence and author’s own clinical experience, and indicates controversial areas where we have insufficient evidence.
All about urinary incontinence, prolapse and fecal incontinence - the only small book that does all three.
Aimed at general practitioners and junior gynecology trainees, it will also be useful for consultant gynecologists with no previous formal urogynecological training.