41st Study Day- Implanted Pelvic Materials and Chronic Pain: The Full Story

12th Nov 2018

Implanted Pelvic Materials and Chronic Pain: The Full Story

Churchill House, London WC1R 4SG
12th November 2018

Attendees of this meeting will receive 5 CPD points

Fees

BPS Member rate: £144.00
BPS Non-Member rate: £288.00

With recent controversies surrounding the use of mesh implants in women, the British Pain Society presents a Study Day focusing on why some of those living with mesh may suffer chronic pain and what are the best ways of investigating, managing and supporting these individuals for the future. Chronic pain is associated with a very poor quality of life, often as bad as significant neurological disease if not worse.  Audits of patients show that those living with pelvic pain fall into the most severe category of pain sufferers. 

When the pain is as a result of surgical mesh insertion there are often multiple complex medical issues that need management. The speakers are all regarded as world leaders in the field. Topics will include epidemiology of mesh and its pathophysiology when chronic pain occurs as well as the role of investigation, surgery and pain management techniques, including the difficulties faced in pain management clinics.

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