27th United Kingdom Continence Society

'As Live' Online: Annual Scientific Meeting

1st - 5th   MARCH 2021


ORAL Abstracts 21 - 39

These Oral Presentations form part of the UKCS Annual Scientific Meeting 2021 Online within the programme, together with Q & A sessions. The programme is available during the live event and for viewing afterwards

O21: IMAGE-BASED MACHINE LEARNING TO DETECT, QUANTIFY AND EXPLORE URINARY CELLULAR CONTENT IN UTI – AUTOMATED URINALYSIS

A.Chu1, R. Khasriya1, J. Malone-Lee1, A. Yakimovich2, H. Horsley1

1Centre for Cystitis Research (CCR), University College London, UK

2Artificial Intelligence For Life Sciences CIC, London UK

O22: MEDICAL LANGUAGE USED FOR EXPLANATIONS TO PATIENTS FOR THEIR SYMPTOMS

S. Swamy1, H. Awan2, A. Murray2, K. Gill3, R. Khasriya3, J. Malone-Lee1

1University College London, UK

2King’s College London, UK

3Whittington Hospital, London, UK

O23: THE USE OF NON-ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTS TO PREVENT AND TREAT URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS: NURTURE PHASE 2

E. S. Middleton1, P. Krishnaswamy2, S. Hagen3, K. Guerrero2, J. Booth4

1University of Glasgow, UK

2NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, UK

3NMAHP Research Unit at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

4Rehabilitation Nursing & Ageing Well Research Group at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK 

O24: NON-ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTS TO PREVENT AND TREAT URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS (NURTURE STUDY): PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM PHASE 1

S. Leitch1, P. Krishnaswamy1, S. Hagen2, J. Booth2, K. Guerrero1

1Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, UK

2Glasgow Caledonian University, UK 

O26: THE DISCOVERY OF NEW TREATMENT METHODS FOR CHRONIC URINARY INFECTION USING SCIENTIFIC EVOLUTIONARY EPISTOMOLOGY

R. Khasriya1, H. Horsley2, J. Malone-Lee2

1UCL, Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, UK

2UCL, UK


O27: TOTAL TRANS-OBTURATOR MESH TAPE REMOVAL: A CASE SERIES

S. Shawer, O. Licari, V. Tyagi, S. Pringle, K. Guerrero

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde


O28: THE INVESTIGATION AND TREATMENT OF MESH-RELATED COMPLICATIONS IN A TERTIARY UNIT

A.Bhide, C. Mosli-Lynch, V. Khullar, R. Fernando, A. Digesu, R. Morley

Imperial College NHS Trust, UK


O29: SEVEN-YEAR OUTCOMES OF BULKAMID INJECTIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF STRESS-PREDOMINANT URINARY INCONTINENCE

A.Kuhn1, E. Socol2, K. Lobodasch3, T. Brosche3

1University of Bern, Switzerland

2University of Stanford, USA

3Rotkreuzkrankenhaus, Chemnitz, Germany

O30: AUTOLOGOUS FASCIAL SLINGS FOR PRIMARY AND RECURRENT STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW

S. Bekas, P. H. Krishnaswamy, S. Pringle, K. Guerrero, V. Tyagi

Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, UK

O31: THE EVOLUTION OF PYRAMIDALIS BASED FASCIAL SLINGS TO PROVIDE OUTLET RESISTANCE IN CHILDREN WITH NEUROPATHIC BLADDER

L. A. McIntosh, B. Lee, M. Steven, M. Flett, S. O'Toole

Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, UK

O32: PYOCYSTIS IN THE REMNANT BLADDER FOLLOWING ILEAL CONDUIT FORMATION FOR BENIGN AETIOLOGY

R. Nobrega, T. Greenwell

University College London Hospitals, UK


O33: OUTCOMES OF ONABOTULINUMTOXIN A INJECTION INTO THE EXTERNAL URETHRAL SPHINCTER FOR VOIDING DYSFUNCTION IN FEMALES

M. Nadeem1, J. Lindsay2, R. Hamid2, M. Pakzad2, J. Ockrim2, T. Greenwell2, F. Reeves2

1James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, UK

2University College London Hospitals


O35: RIGHT ILIAC FOSSA OR UMBILICAL STOMA FOR A MITROFANOFF – WHICH IS THE BEST SITE?

R. Nobrega, T. Greenwell

University College London Hospitals, UK


O36: LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF FEMALE STRESS INCONTINENCE SURGERY: A REAL-WORLD STUDY

P. Ravindra, M. Henry, A. Bazo, R. Parkinson

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK


O37: WHEN IS A MARTIUS FAT PAD REQUIRED IN VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA CLOSURE? COMPARATIVE OUTCOMES FROM CONTEMPORARY SERIES

K. Kapriniotis, B. Toia, M. Pakzad, R. Hamid, T. Greenwell, J. Ockrim

Department of Urology, University College London Hopsital, UK


O38: DOES PERCUTANEOUS TIBIAL NERVE STIMULATION PREDICT OUTCOME TO SACRAL NERVE STIMULATION?

K. Kapriniotis1, J. Jenks1, B. Toia1, M. Pakzad1, R. Hamid1, S. Malde2, A. Sahai2, T. Greenwell1, J. Ockrim1

1Departmant of Urology, University College London, UK

2Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital, London, UK

O39: PATIENT'S PREFERENCE TO SACRAL NEUROMODULATION

M. A. Perrouin-Verbe, L. Thomas, A. Hassine, H. Hashim

Bristol Urological Institute, UK







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