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The Project: Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) is an evidence-based paradigm shift in perioperative care, proven to lower both recovery time and postoperative complication rates while being cost-effective at the same time. It fundamentally shifts the traditional patient care in surgical wards to one that standardizes it based on published evidence. ERAS protocols are being adopted for gynecological procedures and there is some evidence that they also work in women undergoing pelvic floor reconstructive surgery. There are variations in number of days of hospitalizations, duration of catheterization, vaginal packing, and...
Join us in our mission to improve Pelvic Organ Prolapse treatment and related patient care in urogynecology by participating in the IUGA International Urogynecological Consultation (IUC)! We are looking for writing group members to contribute to the IUC, which will produce papers to be published...
We are pleased to announce that our first team has completed Leg 1 of the IUGA Across the World Challenge! The first leg took the teams 1,346 miles from Auckland to Sydney! Congratulations to Team BSUG: Gillian Fowler, Bob Freeman, Timothy Hillard, Swati Jha, Jan...
The latest issue of the IUGA Spotlight – IUGA’s bimonthly newsletter is now available online. In this issue, we have the privilege of hearing from Drs. Yasukuni Yoshimira and Masami Takeyama from Japan, and Tsia-Shu Lo from Taiwan, as they share their expert opinions on...
IUGA is pleased to announce the IUGA Annual Meeting Scholarship Program to support attendance to the IUGA Virtual 45th Annual Meeting. The scholarships will cover the cost of meeting registration for each recipient* and are meant to support fellows/trainees/physicians-in-training and those needing financial assistance to...