Purpose. To improve efficiency and safety of treatment of patients with pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence using new techniques of surgical correction. Materials and methods. A prospective study was conducted in 20 patients according to the Modified Kharkivs method of treatment of SUI and prolapses, at the German hospital in Baku, Azerbaijan, from January, 2018 till December, 2018. Results and discussion. Up to now, we have applied this technique in 20 cases. The clinical results, also checked with the help of tonometry and sonography, were satisfying. No bladder or urethral perforations were noted. Post-operatively, 15 (3/20) of patients required recatheterisation in the short term of one week after the surgery readjustment was required in 25 (5/20) of cases. Retropubic sling is a surgical sling procedure for treatment of SUI in female patients and is accessible to most patients. Conclusion. Retropubic sling is a surgical sling procedure for treating SUI in female patients it is affordable to most.
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