The provision of out of hours and emergency urological care is an important and challenging issue for those of us involved in delivering it.
There is obviously a huge variation in the geography and size of units, working patterns and how... Read more
Launch of multidisciplinary clinical guidelines
Patients undergoing prolonged pelvic surgery may develop lower limb compartment syndrome in the absence of trauma.
This condition, known as Well Leg Compartment Syndrome (WLCS), is relatively uncommon, but potentially devastating, and has been... Read more
From: Professor Keith Willett and Dr Kathy McLean
On 10 July 2018, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and the Chief Medical Officer announced a "pause" in the use of synthetic mesh/tape to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and urogynaecological prolapse where the mesh... Read more
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