This is a CPD certified course. This course is suitable for medical professionals who are treating patients with Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Incontinence issues. For those treating patients post partum.
Pessaries are a conservative management in treating pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence issues
14th March 2021
9am - 5pm CET
Introduction of timings for the course
Review of Different Types of Incontinence
Prevalence of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (clinical evidence)
Types of Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Signs & Symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse
Causes & Treatment
Types and stages of pelvic organ prolapses
Performing the examination
Refresher of Baden Walker System
Refresher of POP Q system and how to use the POP Q measuring tool
Non surgical therapy for pelvic organ prolapse
The role of the pessary
Indications & Contra-Indications
Advantages & Disadvantages
Criteria before offering a pessary
Patient follow up
Lubricants (This will surprise you)
Categories of pessaries
Fitting, removal and types in detail.
Space filling pessaries
Pessaries during pregnancy avoiding the cerclage stitch
Patients with avulsions
Pessaries post hysterectomy
Cleaning and care of the pessary
Exercise and the prolapsed woman.
Suggested pessary use during sport and exercise
New conservative management products on the market for pelvic organ prolapse
Documents offered pre course.
Questionnaire : What questions to ask the new patient to prolapse.
Pessary types leaflet.
Protocol around pessaries.
Questionnaire to offer patients pre surgery
All the clinical white papers mentioned in this course.
Pessary questions worksheet, to be filled in during the course.
Recording of this course for 2 weeks after the course date.
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