Safety and Efficacy of Sling for Persistent Stress Urinary Incontinence After Bulking Injection

Retrospective review of 43 patients with stress urinary incontinence following bulking agent who underwent subsequent sling placement from November 2000 to September 2009 were evaluated for demographics, symptoms, urodynamics, bulking agent characteristics, concomitant procedures, pad requirements per day, subjective outcomes, and complications

Michelle E. Koski

2011

Scholarcy highlights

  • Retrospective review of 43 patients with stress urinary incontinence following bulking agent who underwent subsequent sling placement from November 2000 to September 2009 were evaluated for demographics, symptoms, urodynamics, bulking agent characteristics, concomitant procedures, pad requirements per day, subjective outcomes, and complications
  • SUI recurred in 8 patients, which was not statistically associated with other parameters
  • Prior treatment with bulking agents does not appear to negatively affect outcomes for future antiincontinence surgery in our patient population

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