American Urogynecologic Society

Designed for iPhone

    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings
    • Free

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The POP-Q Interactive Assessment Tool is a flexible application that enables qualified healthcare providers to visually demonstrate pelvic floor exam results to patients. Through the interactive application, based on the most widely accepted staging criteria, healthcare providers can enter POP-Q scores, visually demonstrate the captured measurements for patients, educate patients before and after surgery, and email patient-specific results. While the program is not a diagnostic tool, it has been designed to visually support the type and stage of prolapse as diagnosed by a qualified healthcare provider.

Key features include:

Interactive POP-Q Assessment Guide
• A 3 x 3 POP-Q scoring grid allows users to input POP-Q values quickly.
o Final result includes prolapse image, location of defect, and stage of prolapse
o Users have the ability to toggle between prolapse image and normal anatomy
• An email function allows the user to send an assessment report via the iPhone’s mail app

Example Image Library
• Uterine prolapse
• Vaginal vault prolapse
• Anterior wall prolapse (with and without uterus)
• Posterior wall prolapse (with and without uterus)
• Repair examples:
o Anterior graft
o Posterior graft
o Vaginal vault graft

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) Animations
• Normal anatomy
• Stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
• SUI treatment with sling
• SUI treatment with bulking agent

POP-Q Pelvic Organ Prolapse Interactive Assessment Tool is a registered trademark of Tim Peters and Company, Inc. Copyright 2007-2017. All Rights Reserved.

What’s New

Version 1.3

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Ratings and Reviews

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