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Surgical Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse & Stress Urinary Incontinence (#FL64)

2021-09-16 / 07:00 AM to 2021-09-16 / 10:00 AM [Timezone: UTC]

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Bilateral Apical Fixation
A New Standard in Laparoscopic Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery

The focus of the training is on the application of minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery in all areas of operative gynaecology.

  • Decensus surgery with organ preservation and best possible reconstruction of physiological functions
  • Surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinencee using the transvaginal tape technique (TVT)
  • Avoidance of mesh complications through correct, anatomical ligament replacement, with the guiding principle: „As little mesh as necessary, as correct as possible“

DynaMesh®-CESA implants have been specially developed for pelvic floor reconstruction, and particularly for reinforcing or replacing the uterosacral ligaments, in laparoscopic or open surgical technique.
The implants are used in the treatment of a prolapse of the internal genitalia, such as a cervical stump prolapse.

DynaMesh®-VASA implants have been specially developed for pelvic floor reconstruction, and particularly for reinforcing or replacing the uterosacral ligaments, in laparoscopic or open surgical technique.
The implants are used in the treatment of a prolapse of the internal genitalia, such as a vaginal stump prolapse.

DynaMesh®-SIS implants are designed as a midurethral sling for soft tissue reinforcement of the pelvic floor as part of the surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence caused by a hypermobile urethra and/or intrinsic sphincter deficiency.

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2021-09-16 / 07:00 AM to
2021-09-16 / 10:00 AM [Timezone: UTC]

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2021-09-12 / 10:00 AM [Timezone: UTC]

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