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Ethicon to Stop Selling Transvaginal Mesh

Find out which products will soon be unavailable for pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence repairs.

Posted 06/06/12 | Post a comment

Mesh Making Headlines For All the Wrong Reasons

Despite a number of problems and recalls of mesh material, repairing an abdominal hernia with mesh is still the preferred method over suture repair.

Posted 03/06/12 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

FDA Orders Safety Studies of Women's Surgical Mesh

Amid reports of serious complications and patient deaths, manufacturers must review products' risks versus benefits.

Posted 01/05/12 | Post a comment

How We Succeeded With Outpatient Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy patients at this Dallas surgery center go home the same day. Here"s how.

Posted 08/30/11 | Vicki V. Schultz, RN | Post a comment

Boston Scientific Scores Temporary Victory in GYN Mesh Lawsuit

Judge orders patients who claim company hid safety risks to amend complaint, provide more detail

Posted 04/27/11 | Post a comment

Retained Object Risk for Kids Is Highest in GYN Procedures

Analysis shows more foreign bodies left in pediatric patients undergoing pelvic surgery.

Posted 11/18/10 | 1 comment

Study Raises Questions About Mesh Repairs

Clinical trial ended after complications mount.

Posted 10/27/10 | Post a comment

Florida Teen Develops Suture Technique

Vertical method makes it easier to use suture device for hysterectomy.

Posted 05/01/09 | Post a comment

A Focus on Fibroids

Minimally invasive procedures offer safe and effective alternatives to hysterectomy for treating menorrhagia.

Posted 10/28/08 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | 1 comment

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