A total of 32 hammock-shaped tape interventions were performed on patients who had stress urinary incontinence. Each patient underwent urogynecological assessment with urodynamic evaluation and performed a quality of life questionnaire.
None of the 32 women had any surgical complication, postoperative pain or blood loss greater than 100 cc following the treatment. A few minor complications were recorded and the sling eroded in 1 case.
Urinary continence was achieved in all patients after surgery and at assessments 12 to 18 months later. All the patients confirmed immediate satisfaction with continence and pain on the questionnaire.