DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "China Market Report for Pelvic Organ Prolapse Repair" report to their offering.
Situations like childbirth, chronic cough, obesity or hormonal changes can cause the organs held in place by the pelvic floor to drop; this condition is also known as prolapse. Different types of prolapse exist: cystocele, a prolapse of the bladder into the front wall of the vagina; hysterocele, a prolapse of the uterus into the back, front or top of the vagina; rectocele, a prolapse of the rectum into the back wall of the vagina; urethrocele, a prolapse of the urethra into the lower front wall of the vagina; and enterocele, a prolapse that contains loops of bowel.
When a mesh is used, there are two main types: transvaginal mesh and sacrocolpopexy mesh. A transvaginal or intra-vaginal mesh is inserted to support the organs in the pelvis during a pelvic floor repair procedure. A pelvic floor repair procedure treats pelvic organ prolapse of the vagina or the uterus using a vaginal approach. An alternative to pelvic floor repair is sacrocolpopexy, which is another surgical method to repair pelvic organ prolapse. With sacrocolpopexy, incisions are made in through the abdomen and mesh is used to lift apical portion of the vaginal vault in order to suspend the vagina.
This method may be performed laparoscopically, robotically assisted or openly through the abdomen. While pelvic floor repair is reported to have shorter recovery times than the abdominal method of surgical treatment, pelvic floor repair has had more reported adverse effects. Both of these procedures may be performed concomitantly with a hysterectomy or surgery for stress urinary incontinence.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Research Methodology
2. Disease Overview
3. Product Assessment
4. Pelvic Organ Prolapse Repair Device Market
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