The Pelvic Floor Disorders Registry (PFDR), the American Urogynecologic Society's (AUGS) national patient registry, is a multi-centered prospective cohort of patients undergoing treatment for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) to evaluate the effectiveness, quality of life and safety associated with both surgical therapy (transvaginal/transabdominal native tissue repair, transvaginal mesh repair and sacrocolpopexy) and non-surgical management (pessary). The PFDR is designed to collect both provider and patient reported outcomes through broad participation by physicians providing treatment for POP.
The PFDR is a web-based platform designed to collect, store and analyze both provider and patient reported outcomes through broad participation from specialists and generalists performing surgery for prolapse. The Registry will also provide a framework for stakeholders in cooperation with AUGS to conduct research to improve knowledge in the field.
The primary objectives of the registry are to:
The secondary objectives of the registry are to:
In the future, the registry objectives may be expanded to include evaluation of treatment for SUI without concurrent POP and potentially other PFDs.
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Interested in supporting the PFD Registry? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss potential partnership opportunities.