Key clinical point: A standardized outcome could improve clinical trials and patient management.
Major finding: An ICIQ score of 5 or less was the best match for patient satisfaction with treatment outcome after surgery for SUI.
Study details: Secondary analysis of a randomized, controlled trial involving 113 women.
Disclosures: Mayo Medical School, Rochester, Minn., funded the study. Dr. Trabuco had no relevant financial disclosures.
Trabuco E et al. SGS 2019, oral poster 14.
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