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An algorithm for expedited void trials a ter urogynecologic surgery for improving postoperative efficiency

Joe Wilson*

In urology, for example, a significant portion of medical activity is related to functional problems. Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTSS), which reduce quality of life, require urgent therapy and, ideally, primary examination in the community. When conservative treatment is ineffective if any of the following disorders coexist: Hematuria, recurrent urinary infection, prolapse, masses, or neurological issues. The participant in the void trial underwent the following procedure: The catheter was removed, the bladder was backfilled with 300 mL ofnormal saline, and they were instructed to void right away. By catheterization or a sonographic bladder scan, PVR volume was measured. From 50 to 225 mL, void volumes were divided into categories in increments of 25 mL. The PVR and void trial outcome data were taken into account for each range of voided volumes in order to evaluate the sensitivity, specificity, Positive Predictive Value (PPV), and Negative Predictive Value (NPV) of the voided volume alone as a predictor of a passing void trial outcome. The volumes that were voided were used to construct an algorithm that maximises PPV and NPV. Websites for urogynecology fellowship programmes are a valuable resource for prospective applicants; especially in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its associated travel restrictions. In order to promote the subspecialty of urogynecology, our study assessed the publiclyavailable information on the websites for American and Canadian urogynecology fellowships.

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