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Study Title and Description

Transvaginal surgery in the octogenarian using cadaveric fascia for pelvic prolapse and stress incontinence: minimal one-year results compared to younger patients



Key Questions Addressed
2 Sling Adverse Events
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Primary Publication Information
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Title Transvaginal surgery in the octogenarian using cadaveric fascia for pelvic prolapse and stress incontinence: minimal one-year results compared to younger patients
Author Carey JM, Leach GE.
Country Tower Urology Institute for Continence, Los Angeles, California 90048, USA.
Year 2004
Numbers Pubmed ID: 15072875
1390 (internal)

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Extraction Form: Sling Adverse Events
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Number Title Description Comments
1 Fascial PVS Cadaveric fascia transvaginal sling
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Design Details
Question... Follow Up Answer Follow-up Answer
Study Type Retrospective Cohort (all received same sling)
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Study Name Transvaginal cadaveric fascia slings in octogenerians
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Study Country US
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Sling Category Retropubic biologic
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Multicenter? No
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Institution Type Unclear/Not reported
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No. of Surgeons Performing the Procedures Unclear/Not reported
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Surgeons' Training Not reported
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Residents or Fellows Performing the Surgery? Unclear/Not reported
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Adverse Event Ascertainment Passive
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Was the Clavien-Dindo Classification of Surgical Complications system used? No / Not reported
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Was a data safety monitoring board used? No / Not reported
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Study Sponsor/Funding Not reported
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Comments (overall study) Retrospective cohort of patients undergoing bone anchored cadaveric sling. They established 2 comparisson groups based on age. They did not report any complications for any of the groups. Their reports in terms of AEs are very poor.
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Results & Comparisons

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Adverse Events
Arm or Total Title Description Follow-up time In-hospital or After discharge Is event serious? Reported definition of serious event Number affected Number at risk (analyzed) Difference between 2 slings (eg, OR/RR or %, with 95% CI) Reported P value between slings Comments
Fascial PVS Retention requiring surgery up to 24 months after discharge not listed not listed 0 265 n/a n/a
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Fascial PVS bone anchor related complication up to 24 months after discharge not listed not listed 0 265 n/a n/a
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Fascial PVS neurologic complications not further defined up to 24 months after discharge not listed not listed 0 265 n/a n/a
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Fascial PVS cardiopulmonary complications not further defined up to 24 months post op in hospital/after discharge yes not listed 0 265 n/a n/a
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Fascial PVS dyspareunia up to 24 months post op after discharge not listed not listed 0 265 n/a n/a
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