Sub-urethral tape treatment of female urinary incontinence--morbidity assessment of the trans-obturator route and a new tape (I-STOP): a multi-centre experiment involving 604 cases.

@article{Krauth2005SuburethralTT,
  title={Sub-urethral tape treatment of female urinary incontinence--morbidity assessment of the trans-obturator route and a new tape (I-STOP): a multi-centre experiment involving 604 cases.},
  author={J S Krauth and H Rasoamiaramanana and Hugues Barletta and Philippe Barrier and Marielle Grisard-Anaf and Jean Lienhart and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Mermet and Renaud Vautherin and J L Frobert},
  journal={European urology},
  year={2005},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={102-6; discussion 106-7}
}
PURPOSE To make an assessment of the morbidity related to using the trans-obturator route (TOT); findings after one year for the 140 first cases and preliminary results of short term morbidity after 604 implants. PATIENTS AND METHOD This retrospective, multi-centre study involves the 604 first procedures with a 1-3 month follow-up. The mean patient age… CONTINUE READING