Gynecology:Treatment of Urinary incontinence pelvic organ prolapse with installation of polypropylene mesh Monarch
Monarch method is a modern approach to the problem of urinary incontinence caused by pelvic organ prolapse. 97% patients noted a significant improvement after surgery. The technique of Monarch system installation is designed so that the high efficiency was combined with a maximum safety and minimal risk of complications after surgery.
The indications for surgery are determined by the professional on the basis of general clinical and pelvic examination. The method of anesthesia is chosen individually. Installation of Monarch polypropylene mesh is minimally invasive due to access through incisions in the groin and front wall of the vagina.
Monarch mesh is made of specifically treated polypropylene. The mesh is installed according to the sling (hammock) principle, supporting the urethra in its physiological position. Monarch system and its installation technique minimize the injury and operational risks, and the mesh design is arranged in such a way that it is firmly fixed in the body tissues.
The peculiarity of surgery according to Monarch method is intactness of the ligament of thigh adductor, therefore, unlike the other sling implant installation, the postoperative pain is pronounced very slightly. The surgery requires a stay in the hospital for up to 6 days with a full board. The patient is discharged after the follow-up examination and receipt of further recommendations for treatment and lifestyle.Hide
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