Population-based trends in ambulatory surgery for urinary incontinence
International Urogynecology Journal, 06/14/2012
Suskind AM et al. – Rates of midurethral slings have increased significantly by fourfold. Rates of submucosal injections, however, have remained fairly stable during this time period, suggesting that sling dissemination has led to an increase in rates of incontinence procedures as opposed to replacing old technologies in the ambulatory setting.