Invited Commentary

Commentary on “Improving Postoperative Efficiency: An Algorithm for Expedited Void Trials After Urogynecologic Surgery”

Authors: Stephen A. Metz, MD, PhD

Abstract

For many reasons, including the general aging of the US female population, women’s awareness of surgical therapies to address pelvic floor dysfunction, and the increasing acceptance of such therapies, the incidence of pelvic floor reconstructive surgery is increasing and likely will continue to increase.1

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References

1. Dieter AA, Wilkins MF, Wu JM. Epidemiological trends and future care needs for pelvic floor disorders. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol 2015;27:380-384.
 
2. Hakvoort RA, Burger MP, Emanuel MH, et al. A nationwide survey to measure practice variation of catheterisation management in patients undergoing vaginal prolapse surgery. Int Urogynecol J Pelvic Floor Dysfunct 2009;20:813-818.
 
3. Meekins AR, Siddiqui NY, Amundsen CL, et al. Improving postoperative efficiency: an algorithm for expedited void trials after urogynecologic surgery. South Med J 2017;110:785-790.