WCGRPT020713

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1. Which type of polypropylene mesh material is the current standard for vaginal surgery (for urethral slings, transabdominal prolapse repair, and /or transvaginal prolapse repair). *This question is required.
2. The 2011 FDA Warning on Vaginal Mesh mentions concerns related to mesh used for all 3 types of pelvic surgery (for urethral slings, transabdominal prolapse repair, and transvaginal prolapse repair). However, the warning is specifically about: *This question is required.
3. According to the Cochrane Review on the Surgical Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (2010), several RCT's of women with anterior vaginal prolapse (cystocele) have consistently demonstrated that, compared with native tissue repair, Transvaginal Mesh repair provides: *This question is required.
4. According to the Cochrane Review on the Surgical Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (2010), RCT's of women with vaginal vault prolapse have demonstrated that Abdominal sacral colpopexy was better than vaginal sacrospinous colpopexy in terms of a lower rate of recurrent vaginal vault prolapse and less dyspareunia. *This question is required.
5. In the only RCT that has evaluated Transvaginal mesh for apical prolapse: At 2 years, the laparoscopic sacral colpopexy had a higher satisfaction rate and objective success rate than the total vaginal mesh with lower perioperative morbidity and reoperation rate. *This question is required.
6. The 2011 FDA Warning on Vaginal Mesh lists several Physician Recommendations: *This question is required.
7. Risks of Transvaginal Mesh for pelvic organ prolapse include: *This question is required.
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