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  • Evidently Cochrane has published a new blog: Pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse - looking at the Cochrane evidence.In this blog for both women with prolapse and healthcare professionals, Myra Robson, a pelvic health physiotherapist, looks at the latest evidence from Cochrane Incontinence on pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse and explores its...
    May 25 2021
  • A new Cochrane Incontinence protocol has been published.‘Conservative interventions for managing urinary incontinence after prostate surgery’ has been authored by Eugenie Johnson, Charalampos Mamoulakis, Muhammad Imran Omar and Sanjay Sinha. It sets out the rationale behind the review as well as the methods for the upcoming review. The protocol...
    May 18 2021
  • A new Cochrane Incontinence protocol has been published.‘Oestrogen therapy for treating pelvic organ prolapse in postmenopausal women’ has been authored by Annika Taithongchai, Sharif I Ismail, Eugenie Johnson, Evelyn Barron Millar, Ashleigh Kernohan and Ranee Thakar. It sets out the rationale behind the review as well as the methods for the...
    May 14 2021
  • Visual abstracts are designed to quickly and graphically represent the core concept of a study or systematic review. Now, a visual abstract of the Cochrane Incontinence review ‘Pessaries (mechanical devices} for managing pelvic organ prolapse’ is available to view.This visual abstract aims to present the main findings of the review in a graphical...
    March 19 2021
  • The abstracts and plain language summaries of many Cochrane reviews are translated into a variety of languages every week, making it even easier for communities across the globe to access and read the latest Cochrane evidence. And Cochrane Incontinence is no different!In case you missed them, here’s a quick round-up of all the translations of...
    March 3 2021
  • A new Cochrane Incontinence protocol has been published.'Urethral bulking therapy for treating stress urinary incontinence in women' has been authored by Fenne M Casteleijn, Sandra Zwolsman, Jan Paul Roovers, Heidi J Salminen, Victoria L Lavin, Ased Ali, Patricia Aluko and Tobias Page. It sets out the rationale behind the review as well as the...
    March 3 2021
  • The abstracts and plain language summaries of many Cochrane reviews are translated into a variety of languages every week, making it even easier for communities across the globe to access and read the latest Cochrane evidence. And Cochrane Incontinence is no different! In case you missed them, here’s a quick round-up of all the translations...
    January 14 2021
  • 2020 has been a busy year for Cochrane Incontinence, with the publication of a number of new and updated reviews, and protocols. We would like to thank all our contributors for their hard work and patience in a very difficult year, and look forward to a safe and healthy 2021 for all.  New reviews:Imamura  M, Scott  NW,...
    December 16 2020
  • In August 2020,  we shared information about a priority setting exercise we were planning for research on faecal incontinence. This was to help us understand what areas of treatment and management are most important to people and inform which systematic reviews we undertake. We are thrilled to let you know we have successfully completed all...
    December 7 2020
  • A newly updated Cochrane Incontinence review has been published!'Pessaries (mechanical devices) for managing pelvic organ prolapse in women' has been updated by Carol Bugge, Elisabeth J Adams,  Deepa Gopinath, Fiona Stewart, Melanie Dembinsky, Pauline Sobiesuo and Rohna Kearney. This version of the review included a total of four studies and...
    November 19 2020

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