POP-Q Tutorial

Welcome to the Boston Scientific Pelvic Floor POP-Q Tutorial Page. This page contains Tutorials for using the POP-Q application for the evaluation and diagnosis of Pelvic Organ Prolapse.

POP-Q app Tutorial Overview

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(Part 1 of 6)

This video provides an overview of some of the POP-Q app features that physicians may find helpful during  the assessment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse using the POP-Q measurement scale.

POP-Q app Tutorial
Common Prolapse Examples

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(Part 2 of 6)

This video illustrates use of the POP-Q app to evaluate Pelvic Organ Prolapse examples that physicians commonly see.

Customized POP-Q Exercise –
Quick Score Entry

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(Part 3 of 6)

This video demonstrates how physicians enter a patient’s POP-Q scores into the application.

Build a Surgery

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(Part 4 of 6)

This video describes the steps one can take after entry of a patient’s POP-Q scores to customize an operation that may be used to treat prolapse for a particular patient.

Customized POP-Q Exercise –
Touch Screen

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(Part 5 of 6)

This video illustrates an alternative method of evaluating Pelvic Organ Prolapse for physicians who may not necessarily want to input POP-Q scores, but who would rather take an image and manipulate it in ways that could be representative of a patient’s prolapse.

Stress Urinary Incontinence
Treatment Overview

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(Part 6 of 6)

This video illustrates the utility of the Stress Urinary Incontinence feature that is also built into the POP-Q app.

Access POP-Q:

POP-Q is available on itunes as an iPad app.
POP-Q may also be accessed online at www.pelvic-floor-institute.com