Table 86Synthetic Tapes and Slings – No. continent

StudyPre-surgery (frequency)Post-surgery (frequency)
Dean1350/65/6 (completely dry)
Godbole 20031360/17 implied15/17 (initially dry)
4/17 (dry long-term)
Hamid 20031370/1210/12
Abdul-Rahmana138
5 yr follow up
10 yr follow up


0/12
0/9


10/12
7/9
a

Same patients as in Hamid 2003

From: 9, Treatment for stress incontinence

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Urinary Incontinence in Neurological Disease: Management of Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction in Neurological Disease.
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