FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE (F-SUI) Course
A NEW SURGICAL TREATMENT
USING SLINGS, MESHES OR PERMANENT SUTURES
Course/Workshop with 16 CME Credits
A Urethral Stabilization Procedure
(simple technique with short learning curve)
Female Stress Urinary Incontinence: New Etiology, and Novel Surgical Therapy
Institute of Gynecology, Inc.
Administrative and Marketing Company
The Synergy Conference
The course/workshop is based on the current clinical-scientific, published research, which establishes the urethral stabilizing mechanism, F-SUI etiology, and develops a new therapeutic urethral stabilization procedure. This 2-day course/workshop is designed for general gynecologists, urologists, and urogynecologists who had formal surgical training on the female urogenital tract. This educational event focuses on “the Urethral Stabilizing Mechanism,” its gross, topographic, and surgical anatomy. A step-by-step urethral stabilization procedure will be presented in didactic lectures enhanced by PowerPoints and videos of pertinent anatomy and urethral stabilization procedure. Participants will also have hands-on training during a wet laboratory on a commercial animal flush and a dry laboratory.
Prof. Ostrzenski, himself will conduct all didactic presentations and hands-on wet and dry laboratories. He can also make a separate arrangement to proctor F-SUI surgery either in a surgeon’s operating room or via electronic connections. He will electronically provide free-of-charge clinical or surgical consultations.
Upon completion of the F-SUI course/workshop, attendees will be able to:
- Understand the relevancy of the discovery of the urethral stabilizing mechanism
- Appreciate the role of site-specific defects within the urethral stabilizing mechanism
- Recognize the new F-SUI etiology
- Understand the surgical concept of a new urethral stabilization procedure
- Perform a urethral stabilization procedure
- Recognize the surgical risk of a urethral stabilization procedure
- Develop skills for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of F-SUI
- Enhance the ability for accurate differentiation between diagnosis of female urinary incontinence and other types of urinary incontinence
- Include a dynamic MRI and ultrasound studies for pre- and post-operative assessment
- Develop a medical and surgical malmanagement plan for F-SUI, and mixed incontinence
- Identify female sexual response cycle dysfunction associated with F-SUI
- Establish the effect of F-SUI on the quality of life.
Invited Specialty To Attend
Medical Staff of
Female Stress Urinary Incontinence: Etiology, Diagnosis, and New Surgical Therapy
Bayfront Health, Medical Center, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
CME 16 hours, AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.