Aims To assess the role of detrusor underactivity (DUA), diagnosed by different urodynamic criteria, on outcomes of women underwent middle urethral sling (MUS) for stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Methods In this prospective study, DUA criteria of women with SUI, naive for SUI surgery, candidates to MUS were: I Pdet@Qmax <= 10 cm H2O and Qmax <= 12 mL/s (Jeong et al.) ii Pdet@Qmax<30 cm H2O and Qmax<10 mL/s (Abarbanel and Marcus) iii Pdet@Qmax<20 cm H2O and Qmax<15 mL/s and BVE < 90% (BVE criteria) iv Pdet@Qmax<20 cm H2O + Qmax (PIP1 Griffiths) Control group (CG) comprised non-DUA patients. Preoperative and at 2-years follow-up evaluation included physical examination, uroflowmetry, post void residual urine (PVR), ICIQ-FLUTS. Results 102 patients fulfilled 2-years controls. DUA rate range was 16.7% (BVE) - 53.9% (PIP1-Griffith). The POUR rate varied: 20% (PIP1-Griffith) - 35.3% (BVE), 10% in CG. Tape incision rate for POUR was 3.4% in DUA, 4.5% in CG. No patients had urinary retention at 2-years follow-up. In DUA groups, Qmax did not change significantly after surgery and PVR was low. SUI recurrence rate was 2.8% in DUA, 4.5% in CG. Preoperatively, urgency and post-micturition dribble were the most (82.4%) and the less (26.7%) reported symptoms, respectively. At follow-up, frequency was the most prevalent (56.1%), reduced sensation/bladder pain the less usual (23.1%). ICIQ-FLUTS scores were higher in DUA groups. Conclusions DUA did not have a negative impact on MUS outcomes in a mid-term follow-up. Early postoperative voiding complication rates changed according to the type of DUA urodynamic criteria.

Urodynamics criteria of detrusor underactivity in women underwent middle urethral sling for stress urinary incontinence: What is the clinical role?

Rubilotta, Emanuele;Balzarro, Matteo;Cerrato, Clara;Antonelli, Alessandro
2021-01-01

Abstract

Aims To assess the role of detrusor underactivity (DUA), diagnosed by different urodynamic criteria, on outcomes of women underwent middle urethral sling (MUS) for stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Methods In this prospective study, DUA criteria of women with SUI, naive for SUI surgery, candidates to MUS were: I Pdet@Qmax <= 10 cm H2O and Qmax <= 12 mL/s (Jeong et al.) ii Pdet@Qmax<30 cm H2O and Qmax<10 mL/s (Abarbanel and Marcus) iii Pdet@Qmax<20 cm H2O and Qmax<15 mL/s and BVE < 90% (BVE criteria) iv Pdet@Qmax<20 cm H2O + Qmax (PIP1 Griffiths) Control group (CG) comprised non-DUA patients. Preoperative and at 2-years follow-up evaluation included physical examination, uroflowmetry, post void residual urine (PVR), ICIQ-FLUTS. Results 102 patients fulfilled 2-years controls. DUA rate range was 16.7% (BVE) - 53.9% (PIP1-Griffith). The POUR rate varied: 20% (PIP1-Griffith) - 35.3% (BVE), 10% in CG. Tape incision rate for POUR was 3.4% in DUA, 4.5% in CG. No patients had urinary retention at 2-years follow-up. In DUA groups, Qmax did not change significantly after surgery and PVR was low. SUI recurrence rate was 2.8% in DUA, 4.5% in CG. Preoperatively, urgency and post-micturition dribble were the most (82.4%) and the less (26.7%) reported symptoms, respectively. At follow-up, frequency was the most prevalent (56.1%), reduced sensation/bladder pain the less usual (23.1%). ICIQ-FLUTS scores were higher in DUA groups. Conclusions DUA did not have a negative impact on MUS outcomes in a mid-term follow-up. Early postoperative voiding complication rates changed according to the type of DUA urodynamic criteria.
2021
detrusor underactivity
middle-urethral sling
stress urinary incontinence
urodynamics
women
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