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NICE Guidelines and reports

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NICE Guidelines for Urinary Incontinence

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence  Sept 2013 - for review in September 2015


IUGA/ICS

 

Pelvic floor muscle activity during impact activities in continent and incontinent women: a systematic review
Helene Moser Monika Leitner Jean-Pierre Baeyens Lorenz Radlinger 2018


Fundamentals of terminology in lower urinary tract function
Marcus J. Drake


A Standard for Terminology in Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes: A Report From the Chronic Pelvic Pain Working Group of the International Continence Society
Neurourology and Urodynamics 36:984–1008 (2017)


Treatment of Daytime Urinary Incontinence: A Standardization Document From the International Children’s Continence Society
Shang-Jen Chang, Erik Van Laecke, Stuart B. Bauer, Alexander von Gontard, Darius Bagli, Wendy F. Bower, Catherine Renson, Akihiro Kawauchi, and Stephen Shei-Dei Yang


An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA)/ International Continence Society (ICS) joint report on the terminology for female anorectal dysfunction
Abdul H. Sultan,  Ash Monga, Joseph Lee , Anton Emmanuel , Christine Norton , Giulio Santoro , Tracy Hull , Bary Berghmans , Stuart Brody , Bernard T. Haylen  May 2016


IUGA/ICS 2016  An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) joint report on the terminology for female pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
Haylen BT, Maher CF, Barber MD, Camargo S, Dandolu V, Digesu A, Goldman HB, Huser M, Milani AL, Moran PA, Schaer GN, Withagen MI Int Urogynecol J. 2016 Jan 11. [Epub ahead of print


Top Papers of 2015 That Will Change Incontinence  Research and Practice ICS 2015


IUGA/ICS Joint report on Terminology for Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

2009


State of the Art Assessment Tools - Which Should We Use?

ICS Annual meeting 2011


INCONTINENCE  by Paul Abrams, Linda Cardozo, Saad Khoury, Alan Wein 4th Edition 2009


2014 Consensus Statement on Improving Pelvic Floor Muscle Training Adherence
Chantale Dumoulin, Jean Hay-Smith,,4Helena Frawley,Doreen McClurg, Dianne Alewijnse, Kari Bo, Kathryn Burgio, Shu-Yueh Chen, Pauline Chiarelli, Sarah Dean, Suzanne Hagen, Julia Herbert, Aishath Mahfooza, Frances Mair, Diane Stark, and Marijke Van Kampen


ACOG/AUGS Guidelines

ACOG/AUGS Offer Pelvic Organ Prolapse Guideline
Obstet Gynecol; 2017 Apr; Tulikangas, et al April 10, 2017


AUA (American Urological Association) Clinical  Guidelines

Diagnosis and Treatment of non -Neurogenic Overactive Bladder

OAB Algorithm

Diagnosis and Treatment of Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome

IC/BPS Algorithm

Peyronie's Disease

Early Detection of Prostate Cancer

The Management of Erectile Dysfunction

Guidelines for the Surgical Management of Female SUI

Urodynamics


Other

Deloitte Access Economics "The Economic Impact of Incontinence in Australia"

The Continence Foundation of Australia 2011

Normal reference values of strength in pelvic floor muscle of women: a descriptive and inferential study 

2014

Measuring Outcomes in Urogynecologic Surgery: “Perspective is Everything” – A Review 

Parker-Autry et al 2013

Outcome Measurement of OA  March 2012

Chi-Shun LIEN , Chieh-Lung Chou

The Pelvic Pain Report

This   report   is   an   Australian   initiative   to  address human and fiscal  burdens associated  with  conditions  causing   pelvic   pain. It provides solutions to improve   women’s health services and outcomesThe intended  audiences  for  the  Pelvic   Pain  Report   are  state  and  federal  governments,   funders,   clinicians,   consumers,   allied   health   care  professionals,  researchers  and  research  funders.

Deborah Bush , Dr Susan Evans , Professor Thierry Vancaillie 2011

Best Clinical Practice  Gynaecology Cancer Guidelines NSW Health 2009

Vaginal Dilators

  

 

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