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Procedimiento de cinta transobturadora (TOT) para la incontinencia urinaria de esfuerzo - Medical Animation

 

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Procedimiento de cinta transobturadora (TOT) para la incontinencia urinaria de esfuerzo - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Si tiene incontinencia urinaria de esfuerzo, su médico puede aconsejarle que se someta a un procedimiento de cinta transobturadora o T-O.T. La incontinencia urinaria de esfuerzo significa que la vejiga pierde orina durante la actividad física. Al iniciar la intervención, el cirujano realizara dos pequeñas incisiones en la ingle. Será otra pequeña incisión en la vagina. Se pasará una aguja a través de esta incisión en su cuerpo, y se sacará por una de las incisiones en la ingle. Se pasará una cinta de malla unida a la aguja por este trayecto. Luego, se repetirá este procedimiento en el otro lado con una aguja conectada al otro extremo de la cinta. Una vez colocada la cinta, el cirujano la ajustará detrás de la uretra para proporcionarle apoyo. Los extremos de la cinta se cortarán justo debajo de la piel. Al final del procedimiento se cerrará con suturas la incisión vaginal, y las incisiones de la ingle pueden cerrarse con pegamento para la piel o con suturas. Después del procedimiento, la cinta sujetará la uretra y evitará la pérdida de orina. Con el tiempo, se forma tejido cicatricial alrededor de la cinta, para mantenerla en su sitio. Para saber más sobre el procedimiento de la cinta transobturadora, hable con su proveedor de atención médica.

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