Last updated on September 2018

Study of Outpatient Management for Promontofixation by Laparoscopy


Brief description of study

Laparoscopic promontofixation is becoming increasingly common and is currently the standard surgical procedure for pelvic prolapse, with few complications including exposure and mesh infection.

The research hypothesis is that laparoscopic promontofixation is a relatively painless procedure and can be performed on an outpatient basis without increasing the number of postoperative complications and impairing patients' quality of life.

The objective of this study is to evaluate the number of rehospitalizations after management of promontofixation by laparoscopy on an outpatient basis.

To evaluate the feasibility of a postoperative H8 exit after laparoscopic promontofixation.

Each patient will complete a questionnaire on the experience of management, both in terms of pain management, anxiety and overall satisfaction.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03573752

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