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Guidelines & Publications

NICE Guidelines

 

Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) / Dept of Health Guidelines

BAUS welcomes the publication of an independent report, commissioned by the MHRA , from the York University Health Economics Consortium :

"Summaries of the safety/adverse effects of vaginal tapes/slings/meshes for stress urinary incontinence and prolapse"

The MHRA, working with BAUS and the British Society for Urological Gynaecology (BSUG), has also developed a range of materials for clinicians and patients which are available on the MHRA website. These include:

BAUS will continue to work with the MHRA , BSUG and the Department of Health to further develop and implement appropriate action plans.

Click here to view the SFNUU response (on behalf of BAUS) to the working party reports on mesh repair.

 

European Assocation of Urology (EAU) Guidelines

The EAU produces evidence-based guidelines for the management of both benign and malignant urological conditions. Being guidelines (and not protocols), they are advisory rather than proscriptive.

 A complete collection of all EAU guidelines, in a single volume, can be downloaded using the link below.

In addition, the EAU has released an app containing a "pocket" version of its guidelines; to obtain this app, go to your provider's App Store and search for "EAU Pocket Guidelines".

Extended Guidelines Document (last updated 2016)

Individual guidelines relevant to the Section can be downloaded using the links in the table below.

Neuro-urology
      (last updated 2017)
Non-neurogenic male LUTS
      (last updated 2017)
Urinary incontinence
      (last updated 2017)
Urological infections
      (last updated 2017)
 Thromboprophylaxis
       (last reviewed 2017)
  Infographic for the risk of thrombosis & bleeding
      in urological surgery (ROTBUS) - Nov 2017
 

UK & EAU Guidelines Compared

In March 2018, the Journal of Clinical Urology (JCU) published a series of commisioned articles by British urologists in which the current UK and European Association of Urology guidelines were compared. Comparisons relevant to this Section are listed below.  

Click an item  to view a PDF of the full article published in the Journal of Clinical Urology Vol 11(2); 81-153. Individual articles have a facility to check for updates by clicking on the appropriate button in the top left corner of the text:

Incontinence in women | Neuro-urology | Urinary tract infections

 

Latest Publications

Recommendations of the Mesh Pause Clinical Advisory Group

Recommendations of the Mesh Pause Clinical Advisory Group

On 10 July 2018, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and the Chief Medical Officer... Read more

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