Cabestrillos uretrales en el manejo de la incontinencia urinaria de esfuerzo en mujeres

  • Fabio Camilo Suárez-Cadena Universidad Industrial de Santander
  • Jenny Carolina García Universidad Industrial de Santander
  • Karen Lorena Torres Universidad Industrial de Santander

Resumen

La incontinencia urinaria es considerada un problema higiénico y social; la OMS estima que unos 200 millones de personas sufren de incontinencia urinaria. La primera línea de manejo es el tratamiento médico; sin embargo, cuando no hay mejoría o cuando la incontinencia es severa, el Gold Standard es el tratamiento quirúrgico mediante la implantación de cabestrillos uretrales. Los cabestrillos disponibles en la actualidad son los minicabestrillos y los cabestrillos mediouretrales estándar que incluyen las técnicas retropúbicas y transobturadoras. Por tal motivo, se realizó una revisión con el objetivo de brindar información sobre las tasas de curación, los tipos de técnicas de implantación, complicaciones e impacto en la calidad de vida de los cabestrillos uretrales como tratamiento para la incontinencia urinaria de esfuerzo no complicada en mujeres. MÉD.UIS. 2018;31(3):37-45.

Palabras clave: Incontinencia Urinaria de Esfuerzo, Mujeres, Procedimientos Quirúrgicos Ambulatorios, Urología, Complicaciones posoperatorias

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Biografía del autor

Fabio Camilo Suárez-Cadena, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Estudiante de internado de medicina. Escuela de Medicina. Facultad de Salud. Universidad Industrial de Santander. Bucaramanga. Santander. Colombia.

Jenny Carolina García, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Estudiante de internado de medicina. Escuela de Medicina. Facultad de Salud. Universidad Industrial de Santander. Bucaramanga. Santander. Colombia.

Karen Lorena Torres, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Estudiante de internado de medicina. Escuela de Medicina. Facultad de Salud. Universidad Industrial de Santander. Bucaramanga. Santander. Colombia.

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