Female Incontinence Surgery
The SFNUU, under the lead of Mr Niksesh Thiruchelvam, Consultant Urological Surgeon at Addemnbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, has prepared animations and links to patient information on surgery for incontinence of urine... Read more
We have now published data on surgery for female stress urinary incontinence on this website for three consecutive years.
There are a number of surgical options available for the treatment of female stress urinary incontinence (SUI)... Read more
We have now published data on surgery for female stress urinary incontinence on this website. There are a number of surgical options available for the treatement of this condition including insertion of tapes, coloposuspension, periurethral... Read more
Understanding the Graphs
We have attempted to indicate the quality of data entry for stress urinary incontinence by comparing the returns with Hospital Episode Statistics (HES data) - this is information collected by... Read more
Guidelines & Publications
BAUS / BAUN Consensus Documents
These consensus documents have been prepared by the Section, on behalf of BAUS & in conjunction with the British Association of Urological Nurses (BAUN), and are published in... Read more
BAUS Data & Audit Programme
Data collection for nephrectomy, radical prostatectomy, cystectomy, PCNL and urethroplasty closed on 31 December 2019. Summary data is available using the links below. Individual surgeons and unit... Read more
About the Audit
There are a number of surgical options available for the treatment of female stress urinary incontinence (SUI), including:
insertion of mid-urethral mesh tapes;
periurethral bulking agents;
autologous... Read more
About the Audit
There are a number of surgical options available for the treatement of female stress urinary incontinence (SUI) including insertion of tapes, coloposuspension, periurethral bulking agents and autologous sling... Read more
These revision notes were all prepared by Tom Walton, former Specialty Registrar in Urology, and he has generously donated them to BSoT, together with the message below
“... Feel free to use my revision notes (below) and audio files as you see... Read more
Implementation of the NICE guidance for the management of urinary incontinence in women: published July 2007
The guidance on the management of incontinence has been published by the Section of Female and Reconstructive Urology of BAUS in... Read more
Reporting device complications to the MHRA
There have been significant concerns about the safety of synthetic meshes for prolapse and incontinence surgery.
To date the MHRA have received few reports of adverse events from medical... Read more
The Section of Female, Neurological & Urodynamic Urology (SFNUU) has, on behalf of BAUS, published responses to two documents reviewing transvaginal mesh repair for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP) in... Read more
The report by Baroness Cumberlege into mesh-injured women following surgery for female stress incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse was officially published on 8 July 2020.
BAUS has published a statement on the findings of the report,... Read more
Below are brief notes on some famous - and eponymous - names in surgery &... Read more
In about 1520, a new method of perineal lithotomy was devised by Joannes de Romanis of Cremona (also known as Francisco Romano); but it was first published by his disciple Marianus Sanctus Barolitanus in 1522 and so became known as the Marian... Read more
Urologists have always been innovators and British urology has been lucky to claim quite a few. On Saturday 19 September 2020, Richard Turner Warwick, one of urology’s most famous innovators, passed away at the great age of 95.
Richard Trevor... Read more