INTRAOPERATIVE SURGICAL CONTRACEPTION IN THE TREATMENT OF VAGINAL WALL PROLAPSE
Keywords:SURGICAL CONTRACEPTION, TREATMENT
Genital prolapse is an important medical, social, and moral problem worldwide today. According to the World Health Organization, by 2030, approximately 63 million women will have a miscarriage, with one in nine women under the age of 80 undergoing surgery for the disease, with 30% requiring re-surgery. The tendency for the disease to grow not only among
older women but also among young and middle-aged women is becoming the focus of surgeons and gynecologists. "Currently, there are more than 300 surgical treatments for small pelvic organ falls, but the effectiveness of the proposed methods is insufficient and the recurrence rate of the disease reaches 25-30%." This situation depends not only on the choice of the inadequate surgical method but also on the quality of preparation of patients before and after surgery. The greatest focus is on women of reproductive age, which requires a reduction in the recurrence of the disease and an increase in the effectiveness of treatment in addressing the issue of reproductive function. Given the severity of the disease, the age of women, and the possibility of improving the method of surgical contraception in this category of patients, it is necessary to introduce into clinical practice improved methods of surgical removal of pelvic floor falls. The monograph is intended for general practitioners, obstetricians, gynecologists, doctors of relevant specialties, masters, and students of medical institutes.
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