Dr. Kate Meriwether, AUGS Publications Committee member, interviews Dr Colleen McDermott, the first author of the Clinical Consensus Statement “Postoperative Urinary Retention,” to provide an overview and highlight the findings of the document.
Watch full interview: https://youtu.be/ru64BB2vinQ?si=dlpHD6Jc71T0JfRj
This clinical consensus statement on the management of postoperative (<6 weeks) urinary retention (POUR) reflects statements drafted by content experts from the American Urogynecologic Society’s POUR writing group. The writing group used a modified Delphi process to evaluate statements developed from a structured literature search and assessed for consensus. After the definition of POUR was established, a total of 37 statements were assessed in the following 6 categories: (1) incidence of POUR, (2) medications, (3) patient factors, (4) surgical factors, (5) urodynamic testing, and (6) voiding trials. Of the 37 original statements, 34 reached consensus and 3 were omitted.
Read the full statement in the Urogynecology Journal: https://journals.lww.com/fpmrs/abstract/2023/04000/postoperative_urinary_retention.2.aspx