Observational survey of the French Urological Association Oncology Committee (CCAFU) evaluating the practice of immediate postoperative instillation (IPOP) using mitomycin C for non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) treatment.

[Observational survey of the French Urological Association Oncology Committee (CCAFU) evaluating the practice of immediate postoperative instillation (IPOP) using mitomycin C for non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) treatment]. Prog Urol. 2016 Jan 8; Authors: Neuzillet Y, Colin P, Comperat E, Dubosq F, Houede N, Larre S, Masson-Lecomte A, Pignot G, Puech P, Roumiguie M, Xylinas E, Mejean A, Roupret M Abstract OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the practice of immediate postoperative instillation (IPOP) using mitomycin C for non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) treatment by urologists members of the French Association of Urology (AFU). MATERIAL AND METHOD: Internet-based observational survey evaluating indications and practical modalities of IPOP in NMIBC treatment using questionnaire sent in May 2014 to 915 urologists. RESULTS: Two hundred ninety-eight urologists participated in the survey (response rate: 32.6%) and 57% prescribed the IPOP. The median frequency of IPOP prescription was 3.3%, and was higher in the academic public sector. The CASE recommendations were self-assessed as known or well-known in 67% of cases. The selections criteria for IPOP were adequately identified by 62% of urologists, without differences according to sectors of activity. The IPOP prescription modalities were declared as an obstacle to the completion for 41.9% of urologists, and especially in the private sector. Completion times of IPOP were declared
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