Publication - Independent report

Transvaginal mesh short-life working group: report

Published: 25 Mar 2020

Findings of the short life working group on management of mesh complications.

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Transvaginal mesh short-life working group: report
Appendix Four: Pathways summary

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Appendix Four: Pathways summary

Pathways of care for women with complications of mesh

The following pathways of care for women with complications of mesh are available in NHSScotland:

  • Grampian mesh pathway
  • Highland Urinary incontinence pathway, incorporating management of mesh complications
  • Lothian pathway for vaginal mesh complications and pathway for patient presenting in primary care with previous TVM
  • Fife pathway following a mesh procedure
  • Lanarkshire pathway for women with implants inserted for SUI and POP
  • Borders vaginal mesh complications pathway
  • Tayside clinical approach for post mesh complications
  • West of Scotland pelvic floor disfunction pathway
  • West of Scotland pelvic mesh complications pathway

The island Boards have indicated that they do not have separate pathways of care for mesh complications.


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