The authors of the study “Outcomes of the Supris Sling in an Urban Latina Population” performed a retrospective analysis examining 101 patients of Latina heritage who underwent midurethral sling placement utilizing the Supris sling. They found that this population of women had excellent success rates of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) treatment and low complication rates. This mirrors success and complication rates seen in larger, general populations and this study confirms that a midurethral sling is an effective and safe treatment option in this ethnic group.
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