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IUGA Podcast - Season 1 Episode 3 - The OASIS podcast
IUGA Academy. Ranee Thakar & Katariina Laine . Oct 2, 2018; 233297
Ranee Thakar & Katariina Laine
 Ranee Thakar & Katariina Laine
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In this episode we discuss current treatment and prevention strategies of Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries.
It is often unrecognized that trauma in the delivery suite to the pelvic floor, and in this case the anal sphincter complex, can have a lifelong impact on a women’s quality of life. By developing strategies to protect the pelvic floor during delivery of the infant, we may prevent future development of pelvic floor dysfunction. We interview two experts in the field of OASIS; Ranee Thakar and Katariina Laine.
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