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Dispositivos para el prolapso de los órganos pélvicos femeninos: el pesario
Mª Gloria Barranco Berrocal,1 Miriam Abdel Karim Ruiz,2 María Hernández Rabal1
(1) Hospital Regional Universitario Carlos Haya. Málaga, España. (2) Hospital Costa del Sol. Marbella (Málaga), España

Rev Paraninfo digital, 2013: 19

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Barranco Berrocal, Mª Gloria; Abdel Karim Ruiz, Miriam; Hernández Rabal, María. Dispositivos para el prolapso de los órganos pélvicos femeninos: el pesario. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2013; 19. Disponible en: <http://www.index-f.com/para/n19/190d.php> Consultado el 25 de Junio del 2022

RESUMEN

Introducción: El pesario es un dispositivo mecánico pasivo diseñado para apoyar la vagina, se trata de una opción que no requiere de tratamiento quirúrgico, eficaz y de poco riesgo, para el prolapso de los órganos pélvicos e incontinencia urinaria.
Objetivo: Determinar los efectos de los dispositivos mecánicos para el prolapso de órganos pélvicos e incontinencia urinaria en las mujeres.
Metodología: Se realizó una búsqueda bibliográfica en bases de datos como Cochrane Plus, Medline, Gerion, SciELO, Cuiden.
Resultados: Los estudios muestran que es un método conservador, alternativo a la cirugía. Exitoso, seguro y asociado a una alta satisfacción. Aunque también tiene sus complicaciones.
Conclusión: Los profesionales sanitarios debemos conocer las alternativas para tratar el prolapso del suelo pélvico y la incontinencia urinaria, disponibles en la actualidad, con el fin de poder asesorar eficazmente.
Palabras clave: Pesario/ Prolapso de los órganos pélvicos/ Selección del pesario.
 

ABSTRACT
Devices for pelvic organ prolapse female: the pessary

Introduction: The pessary is a passive mechanical device designed to support the vagina, it is an option that does not require surgical treatment, effective and low risk for pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence.
Objective: To determine the effects of mechanical devices for pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence in women.
Methods: We performed a literature search in databases such as Cochrane, Medline, Gerion, SciELO, Cuiden.
Results: Studies show that it is a conservative approach, alternative to surgery. Successful, safe and associated with high satisfaction. But it also has its complications.
Conclusion: Clinicians must know the alternatives to treat pelvic floor prolapse and urinary incontinence, available today, in order to effectively advise.
Key-words: Pessary/ Pelvic organ prolapse/ Selection of the pessary.

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