School of Medicine
Since 2011 FDA safety update on transvaginal synthetic mesh for treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP), providers are encouraged to counsel patients on risks related to synthetic mesh slings, such as dyspareunia, erosion, and extrusion. As an alternative to synthetic slings patients often choose autologous slings. We aim to compare outcome and patient satisfaction in patients, who received an autologous vaginal wall sling (VWS), rectus fascia sling (RFS), or synthetic suburethral sling (SSS) for treatment of SUI.
Keheila, Mohamed; Cheriyan, Salim; Shen, Jim; Bautista, Catalino J.; Bailey, Josianne; Kim, Kevin; Germanos, Marina; Kelly, Isaac; Pierce, Matthew; and Staack, Andrea
"Comparing the Vaginal Wall Sling with Autologous Rectus Fascia and Polypropylene Sling on Outcome and Patient Satisfaction,"
Loma Linda University Student Journal: Vol. 2
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarsrepository.llu.edu/llu-student-journal/vol2/iss1/4