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The POP-Q score is the main clinical medical device tool used to identify the severity of pelvic organ prolapse, and the anatomical success or failure of prolapse surgery. Accuracy of measurements is to the nearest 0.5 cm, yet to date, there is no easy to use measuring device with which to perform POP-Q scores.
Currently gynaecologists make-do using swabs, pap smear sticks, fingers or pipelles etc to measure POP-Q values, making measurements imprecise and rather cumbersome.
POPstix have been designed by a New Zealand practicing Urogynaecologist frustrated at the lack of a specific measuring tool.
They offer the following benefits:
- consistent results
- ease of use
- cost effectiveness
- ideal for use in a clinic or research setting
- eco friendly, wooden sticks (manufactured in NZ from renewable timber!) with ink free thermal embossing
POPstix are conveniently packaged in quantities of 50, with each package containing a complete guide on how to perform a POP-Q score.