Australasian Pelvic Floor Procedure Registry
The Australasian Pelvic Floor Procedure Registry (APFPR) aims to monitor the performance and safety of devices associated with pelvic floor procedures.
This Commonwealth Government health initiative was established to record information about surgeries in Australia for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolape (POP) procedures. This clinical quality registry is led by clinicians and managed by Monash University.
The APFPR aims to improve the quality of care and increase the safety and awareness of patients underdoing pelvic floor procedures. The data collected enables APFPR to track the long-term safety and performance of these procedures and establish best practice for patient outcomes.
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For further information, please visit the Australasian Pelvic Floor Procedure Registry website.