Given the aging population world-wide, it is anticipated that by 2050 the number of women experiencing POP will increase by approximately 50%. Pessaries, rehabilitation, and surgery for female pelvic organ prolapse are indicated as first- and second-line therapies. There are numerous surgical techniques both vaginally and laparoscopically. In this IUGA live event, we aim to provide the current evidence on the subject and share with you the expertise of recognized specialists in the field with the best available scientific evidence.
- Bruno Deval Urogynecologist, France
- Bary Berghmans Physiotherapist, The Netherlands
- Angela Rantell Nurse, United Kingdom
- Natalia Price Urogynecologist, United Kingdom
- Renaud de Tayrac Urogynecologist, France