Bernard T. Haylen

Professor UNSW
MBBS (SYD) MD (L'POOL)
FRCOG FRANZCOG CU

 


Publications

Doctorate in Medicine Thesis

 

“Screening tests for voiding difficulties in women”
Submitted to University of Liverpool, UK, October 1988
Accepted without viva, January, 1989
Graduated March 17, 1989

 

Instigator Joint IUGA-ICS Terminology and Standardization Reports (first three)

(a) An International Urogynaecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report on the Terminology for Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

BT Haylen, D De Ridder, R Freeman, SE Swift, B Berghmans, J Lee, E Petri, A Monga, D Rizk, P Sand, G Schaer

Unique joint sponsorship by two International Organizations.

Dual publication in Neurourology and Urodynamics and the International Urogynecology Journal (January 2010). Most cited paper in Urogynaecology – over 1645 citations

First author, author of version 1 (17 versions in total), collator of each version after internal or external review or website publication (for review and comment).

First female-specific terminology report with 250 definitions, 8700 words, 15 figures and 56 references (10 of which are Haylen et al)

Neurourology & Urodynamics, 29:4-20.

International Urogynecology J, 21:5-26

(b) An International Urogynaecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Terminology and Classification of the Complications Related Directly to the Insertion of Prostheses (Meshes, Implants, Tapes) for Female Pelvic Floor Surgery

BT Haylen, RM Freeman, SE Swift, M Cosson, GW Davila, J Deprest, PL Dwyer, B Fatton, E Kocjancic, J Lee, C Maher, E Petri, D Rizk, P Sand, G Schaer, R Webb

Second joint sponsorship by two International Organizations.

Dual publication in Neurourology and Urodynamics and the International Urogynecology Journal (early 2011).

First author, author of version 1 (12 versions in total), collator of each version after internal or external review or website publication.

International Urogynecology Journal 22:3-15

Neurourology & Urodynamics 27:5-13

Second most cited paper – International Urogynecology Journal 252 citations

(c) An International Urogynaecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Terminology and Classification of the Complications Related to Native Tissue Pelvic Floor Surgery

BT Haylen, RM Freeman, SE Swift, M Cosson, J Deprest, PL Dwyer, B Fatton, E Kocjancic, J Lee, C Maher, E Petri, D Rizk, G Schaer, R Webb

Second joint sponsorship by two International Organizations.

Accepted for dual publication in Neurourology and Urodynamics and the International Urogynecology Journal (April 2012).

First author, author of version 1 (6 versions in total), collator of each version after internal or external review or website publication. 24 Citations

 

Journals - Peer Review Articles (Updated August 2016)

1: DH Woodhouse and BT Haylen (1985)

 Gall bladder disease complicating pregnancy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. 25(3):233-237. 11 Citations

2: Frazer MI, Haylen BT, Surtherst JR (1986) Review of current literature.  Ann Chir Gynaecol 75: 236-241.

3: BT Haylen, MI Frazer and JR Sutherst (1988)

 Diuretic response to fluid load in women with urinary incontinence: An optimum pad test duration. British Journal of Urology, 62:331-333. 10 Citations

4: MI Frazer, BT Haylen and JR Sutherst (1988)

 How reliable is the perception of the severity of urinary incontinence in women. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 7:168-170.

5: BT Haylen and J Turner (1988)

Primary myometrial actinomycosis. Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 9(1):78-79.

6: BT Haylen, MI Frazer, JR Sutherst and D Ashby (1989)

The accuracy of measurement of residual urine volumes in women by urethral  catheterisation. British Journal of Urology, 63(2):152-154. 21 Citations

7: MI Frazer, BT Haylen, and JR Sutherst (1989)

The severity of urinary incontinence in women: Comparison of subjective and objective findings. British Journal of Urology, 63(1):14-15. 50 Citations

8: BT Haylen, MI Frazer, JR Sutherst and CR West (1989)

Transvaginal ultrasound in the assessment of bladder volumes in women: Preliminary report. British Journal of Urology, 63(2):149-151. 73 Citations

9: BT Haylen, MI Frazer, RJF McInerney and D Golovsky (1989)

Elevation of the vaginal during colposuspension: the use of a deaver retractor. British Journal of Urology, 63(2):220.

10: BT Haylen, MI Frazer and JR Sutherst (1989)

 Is the investigation of most stress incontinence really necessary? British Journal of Urology, 64:147-149. 62 Citations

11: BT Haylen, MI Frazer and JH MacDonald (1989)

 Assessing the effectiveness of different urinary catheters in emptying the bladder - an application of transvaginal ultrasound. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 8(4):331-333. Br J Urology 64(4): 353-356.  38 Citations

12: BT Haylen (1989)

 Verification of the accuracy of transvaginal ultrasound in measuring bladder volumes. British Journal of Urology, 64(4):350-352. 37 Citations

13: MI Frazer and BT Haylen (1989)

Trigonal sensitivity testing in women. Journal of Urology, 141(2):356-358. 4 Citations

14: BT Haylen (1989)

The residual urine volume in a normal female population - an application of transvaginal ultrasound. British Journal of Urology, 64(4):347-349 46 Citations

15: BT Parys, BTHaylen,Woolfenden KA, Parsons KF (1989)

Vesico-urethral dysfunction after simple hysterectomy. Neurorol Urodyn, 8(4):315-316.

16: BT Haylen, D Ashby, JR Sutherst, MI Frazer and C West (1989)

Maximum and average urine flow rates in normal male and female populations - the Liverpool nomograms. British Journal of Urology, 64(10:30-38. 256 Citations

17: BT Parys, BT Haylen, Jane Hutton and KT Parsons (1989)

The effects of simple hysterectomy on vesicourethral function. British Journal of Urology, 64:594-599.    136 Citations

18: BT Haylen, BT Parys and CR West (1989)

Transrectal ultrasound to measure bladder volumes in men. Journal of Urology, 143(4):687-689. 12 Citations

19: Haylen BT, Frazer MI, Sutherst JR, Ashby D. The accuracy of measurement of residual urine volumes by urethral catheterisation. Brit. J Urol, 1989; 63:152-154. 21 Citations

20: BT Parys, BT Haylen, Jane Hutton and KF Parsons (1990)

Urodynamic evaluation of lower urinary tract function in relation to total hysterectomy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 30(2):161-165. 31 Citations

21: BT Parys, BT Haylen and KT Parsons (1990)

Urodynamic evaluation prior to total hysterectomy: Indications and incidence of abnormality. Maturitas,12(1):61-66. 4 Citations

22: BT Haylen, BT Parys, D Ashby and CR West (1990)

Urine flow rates in male and female urodynamic patients compared with the Liverpool nomograms. British Journal of Urology, 65(5):483-488. 67 Citations

23: BT Parys, BT Haylen, Jane Hutton and KF Parsons (1990)

Neurophysiological reflex arc abnormality after total hysterectomy. International Journal of Urogynaecology, 1(4):200-205. 3 Citations

24: MI Frazer and BT Haylen (1990)

Do women with idiopathic sensory urgency have early interstitial cystitis? British Journal of Urology, 66(3):274-277. 21 Citations

25: BT Haylen (1991) Assessment of residual urine in men following catheterisation. Brtith J Urology 67(3): 333

26: PD Stricker and BT Haylen (1992)

Injectable collagen for type 3 female urinary incontinence - the first 50 Australian patients. Medical Journal of Australia, 158(2):89-91.

27: BT Haylen and D Golovsky (1993)

Effect of vaginal ultrasound probe on lower urinary tract function. British J Urology, 71(2): 240-241.

28: BT Haylen and MI Frazer (1994)

Measurement of residual urine volumes in women: urethral catheterisation or transvaginal ultrasound. International Journal of Urogynecology, 5(5):269-272. 3 Citations

29: BT Haylen (1994)

Laparoscopic surgery for urinary incontinence. Med J Australia, 160(1): 42-43.

30: BT Haylen, MG Law and MI Frazer (1995)

Urine flow rates in urogynaecology patients. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 14:417-419. 4 Citations

31: AJ Cerqui and BT Haylen (1998)

“Fisting” as a cause of vaginal bleeding. Medical Journal of Australia, 169(5):288

32: BT Haylen, A Cerqui, A Meagher (1999)

Five layer repair of rectovaginal fistula using a transvaginal approach. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 39(1):131-133. 8 Citations

33: BT Haylen, MG Law, MI Frazer and S Schulz (1999)

Urine flow rates and residual urine volumes in urogynecology patients. International Journal of Urogynecology 10:378-383 56 Citations

34: Dietz HP, Haylen BT, Broome J (1999) The quantification of uterovaginal prolapse by ultrasound: a comparison with ICS prolapse assessment system. Int Urogynecol J 10(1) WEO50-WEO51. 2 Citations

35: BT Haylen and AJ Cerqui (1999) 

Postpartum uterine retroversion causing bladder outflow obstruction - cure by laparoscopic ventrosuspension. International Urogynecology Journal 10(6):353-355 18 Citations

36: Haylen BT, Dmochowski R, Rackley R, Cerqui A, Dietz HP (1999) A seven-step pubovaginal (rectus fascial) sling for genuine stress incontinence – preliminary report. Int Urogynecol 10(1) P86-87.

37: Dietz HP, Haylen BT, Broome J (1999)

The quantification of uterovagnal prolapse by ultrasound: a comparison with the ICS prolapse assessment system. Int Urogynaecology J 10(1) WEO50

38: Haylen BT  (1999)

Tension-free Vaginal Tape. Australian Continence Journal. 5(4):92 – 94

39: Haylen BT, Cerqui A, Maw M, Dietz P (1999) Effect of size 7FG urethral catheter on urine flow rates in urogynaecology patients.  Int Urogynecol J 10(1):30-31 13 Citations

40: Haylen BT, Lee LC (2000) Tension-free vaginal tape – what if it’s too tight? Int Urogynecol J 11(1) FDP 1-FDP2  10 citations

41: BT Haylen (2000)

Voiding difficulty in women. Int Urogynecol J, 11(1) 1-3. 23 Citations

42: Dietz HP, Haylen BT, Lee LC, Vancaillie T (2000) The interaction between prolapse and voiding. Int Urogynecol J 11(1) IDP22-IDP23

43: AJ Cerqui, BT Haylen, P O’Shea (2001)

Residual urine volumes in a normal male population. Urodinamica, 11,(1): 9-12

44: HP Dietz, BT Haylen and TG Vancaillie (2002)

Female pelvic organ prolapse and voiding function. Int. Urogynecol. J, 13(5):284-288. 78 Citations

45: Dietz HP, Wilson PD, Clarke B, Haylen BT, (2001)

Irritative symptoms after colposuspension: are they due to distortion of the anterior vaginal wall and the trigone? Int Urogynaecol J,12:232-236 14 Citations

46: HP Dietz, BT Haylen, JD Broome (2005)

Ultrasound in the quantification of female pelvic organ prolapse. Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology 18:511-514.    164 Citations

47: HP Dietz, BT Haylen (2005)

Symptoms of voiding dysfunction – what do they really mean? Int. Urogynecol. J. 16:1:52-55. 33 Citations

48:  BT Haylen (2006)

The retroverted uterus – ignored to now but core to prolapse. Clinical Opinion – Int Urogynecol 17; 6:555-558.  11 Citations

49: BT Haylen  (2007)

ICS 2002 Terminology Report: Have urogynaecology conditions (diagnoses) been overlooked.  International Urogynecology Journal 18; 4:373-377 4 Citations

50: BT Haylen (2007)

The empty bladder.  Int Urogynecol J, 18:237-239. 11 Citations

51: BT Haylen, L Verity, S Schulz, J Zhou, S Krishnan, J Sutherst. (2007)

Has the true prevalence of voiding difficulty in urogynecology patients been underestimated? Int Urogynecol J, 18; 1:53-56. 42 Citations

52: BT Haylen, N Chetty, S Schulz, L Verity, J Zhou, M Law. (2007)

Is sensory urgency part of the same spectrum of bladder dysfunction as detrusor overactivity?  International Urogynecology Journal, 18(2):123-128. 40 Citations

53: Haylen BT, McNally G, Ramsay P, W Birrell, V Logan (2007)

A standardised ultrasonic diagnosis and an accurate prevalence for the retroverted uterus in general gynaecology patients. Aust J Obst Gynaecol, 47: 326-328. 12 Citations

54: Haylen BT. (2007)

Urinary retention secondary to a leiomyoma – is it non-pregnant incarceration of a retroverted uterus? International Urogynecology Journal, 18(10):1247-1248.

55: Haylen BT, Katz S, Chetty N (2007)

Reminfentanil: Assisted local anaesthesia (ALA) of choice in urogynecology? Int Urogynecol J 18 S132 .

56: BT Haylen, J Lee, V Logan, S Husselbee, J Zhou (2007)

Recurrent urinary tract infections: Which women are more susceptible? Int Urogynecol J, 18: S79-S80.  1 Citation

57: Haylen BT, Lee J (2008)

The accuracy of postvoid residual measurement in women. Int Urogynecol J . 19:603-606. 12 Citations

58: Haylen BT, Yang V, Logan V (2008)

Uroflowmetry: Its current clinical utility for women. Int Urogynecol J, 19:899-903. 25 Citations

59: Haylen BT, Katz S, Chetty N (2008)

Reminfentanil assisted local anaesthesia (ALA): Application to continence surgery. Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol. 48:214-217. 3 Citations

60: Haylen BT, Lee J, Logan V, Husselbee S, Zhou J, Law M. (2008)                    Immediate postvoid residuals in women with symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 111:1305-1312. 35 Citations

61: Haylen BT, Yang V, Logan V, Husselbee S, Law M, Zhou J (2008) Are overactive bladder symptoms alone accurate in predicting detrusor overactivity in women and can we do better? Int Urogynecol J 19:S58-S59.

62: Haylen BT (2008) Management of abnormal postvoid residual. Cambridge Publishing 14(3) 68. 2 Citations

63: Haylen BT (2008)

The management of the abnormal postvoid residual. Editorial: Aust NZ Continence Journal. 14:3; 4-6.

64: BT Haylen, V Yang,V Logan, S Husselbee, J Zhou, MG Law, (2009)

Does the presenting bladder volume at urodynamics have any diagnostic relevance? Int Urogynecology J, 20;3:319-324. 1 Citation

65: Haylen BT, Lee J, Zhou J, Law M (2009) Urine flow rates in women with symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction. Neurourol Urodyn 28(7): 857-858. 1 Citation

66: Vu D, Haylen BT, Tse K, Farnsworth A (2009) Anatomy of the uterosacral ligament Neurourol Urodyn 28(7): 917-918.  1 Citation

67: Haylen BT, Lee J, Logan V, Husselbee S, Zhou J, Law M. (2009)                                 Recurrent urinary tract infections in women with symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction. Int Urogynecol J, 20:837-842. 15 Citations

68: Haylen BT (2009) Female voiding dysfunction - Prevalence and common associations. Current Urology Reports. 10;6:421-426. 2 Citations

69: Haylen BT, Freeman RM, de Ridder D, Swift SE, Berghmans B, Lee J, Monga A, Petri E, Rizk D, Sand P, Schaer G (2010)

An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report into the Terminology for Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.. International Urogynecology J, 21:5-26. (Dual publication) 1567 Citations

70: Haylen BT, Freeman RM, de Ridder D, Swift SE, Berghmans B, Lee J, Monga A, Petri E, Rizk D, Sand P, Schaer G (2010)

An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report into the Terminology for Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.. Neurourology & Urodynamics, 29:4-20. (Dual publication) 78 Citations

71: Vu D, Haylen BT, Tse K, Farnsworth A (2010) Surgical anatomy of the uterosacral ligament. Int Urogynecol J, 21: 1123-1128 32 Citations

72: Haylen BT, Vu D, Yang V, Tse K (2011)

Midline uterosacral plication anterior colporrhaphy combo (MUSPACC): preliminary surgical report. Int Urogynecol J, 22:69-75. 1 Citation

73: Haylen BT (2011) Urine flow rates in asymptomatic and symptomatic women. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 30,4:631-632.

74: Haylen BT, Freeman RM, Swift SE, Cosson M, Davila GW, Deprest J, Dwyer PL, Fatton B, Kocjancic E, Lee J, Maher C, Rizk DE, Petri E, Sand PK, Schaer GN, Webb R (2011)

An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Terminology and Classification of complications related directly to the insertion of prostheses (meshes, implants, tapes) and grafts in female pelvic floor surgery. International Urogynecology Journal 22:3-15; Neurourology and Urodynamics 30(1) 2-12. Dual Publication 252 Citations

75: BT Haylen (2011) Classification of mesh fibre exposure. Int Urogynecol J 22(7) 899

76: Haylen BT, Vu D, Vashevnik S, Tse K (2011) Dual vaginal vault support at colporrhaphy – An anatomical basis for a four-part vaginal repair. Neurourol Urodyn 30(6): 938-940

77: Haylen BT, Sand PK, Swift SE, Maher C, Moran PA, Freeman RM. (2012)  Transvaginal placement of surgical mesh for pelvic organ prolapse: more FDA concerns – positive reactions are possible. Int Urogynecol J, 23:11-13 16 Citations

78: Haylen BT, Freeman RM, Lee J, Swift SE, Cosson M, Deprest J, Dwyer PL, Fatton B, Kocjancic E, Maher C, Petri E, Rizk DE, Schaer GN, Webb R (2012). An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) joint terminology and classification of the complications related to native tissue female pelvic floor surgery. Int Urogynecol 23:515-526; Neurourol Urodyn 31:406-414. Dual Publication 24 Citations

79: Toozs-Hobson P, Freeman R, Barber M, Maher C, Haylen BT, Athanasiou S, Swift S, Whitmore K, Ghoniem G, de Ridder D (2012). An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) joint report on the terminology for reporting outcomes of surgical procedures for pelvic organ prolapse. Int Urogynecol 23: 527-535; Neurourol Urodyn 31: 415-426. Dual Publication 50 Citations

80: Haylen BT, Vu D, Birrell W, Vashevnik S, Tse K (2012). A preliminary anatomical basis for dual (uterosacral and sacrospinous ligaments) vaginal vault support at colporrhaphy. Int Urogynecol J, 23:879-882. 4 Citations

81: Haylen BT, Freeman RM, de Ridder D, Swift SE, Berghmans B, Lee J, Monga A, Petri E, Rizk D, Sand P, Schaer G (2010)

An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report into the Terminology for Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. J Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Womens Health.

82: Samaan A, Vu D, Haylen BT, Tse K (2013) Cardinal ligament surgical anatomy: cardinal rules at hysterectomy. Neurol Urodyn 32(6): 617-619.

83: Haylen BT, Maher C, Deprest J (2013) IUGA/ICS terminology and classification of complications of prosthesis and graft insertion – re-reading will revalidate. Amer J Obs Gyn 208, 1, e15

84: Samaan A, Vu D, Haylen B, Tse K (2013) Cardinal ligament surgical anatomy: vardinal rules at hysterectomy. Neurourol Urodyn 32(6):617-619

85: R.Rawson, B Vandeville, Haylen BT, Kumaradevan N, Loo C. (2013) Primary omental ectopic pregnancy. 45,2: S80. DOI: 10.1097/01.PAT.0000426928.75100.00

86: Haylen BT (2013) IUGA-ICS terminology and standardization documents: maximal use offers maximum patient and academic benefit. Int Urogynecol J, 24:361-362. 1 Citation

87: Samaan A, Vu D, Haylen BT, Tse K (2014) Cardinal ligament surgical anatomy: cardinal points at hysterectomy. Int Urogynecol J 25(2) :189-195. 6 Citations

88: Haylen BT, Avery D, Lok Chiu T (2014) Severe adolescent female stress female urinary incontinence (SAFSUI)  Int Urogynecol J 25(3):393-396. 2 Citations

89: Haylen BT, Lee J, Maher C, Deprest J, Freeman RF (2014) Optimizing study design for interobserver reliability: IUGA/ICS terminology and classification of complications of prosthesis and graft insertion –  Int Urogynecol J, 25(6):751-754. 2 Citations

90: Haylen BT, Avery D, Chiu TL, Law, M, Zhou J (2014) Improving the clinical prediction of detrusor overactivity by using additional symptoms and signs to overactive bladder symptoms alone. Int Urogynecol J, 25(8):1115-1120. 2 Citations

91: Haylen BT,  Avery D, Chiu T, Birrell W (2014) Posterior repair quantification (PR-Q) using key anatomical indicators (KAI). International Urogynecol J, 25(12):1665-1772; Neurourol Urodyn 33(6):900-901. Dual Publication 4 Citations

92: Dwyer PL, Riss P, Haylen BT (2014) Does it matter what we measure? Core outcomes, the IUJ and the CROWN initiative. International Urogynecology J 25,10:1301-1302. 2 Citations

93: Haylen BT, Younis M, Naidoo S, Birrell W (2015) Perineorrhaphy quantitative assessment (Pe-QA) Int Urogynecol J 26:539-544. 4 Citation

94: Haylen BT, Maher CF, Barber MD, Camargo S, Dandolu V, Digesu A, Goldman HB, Huser M, Milani AL, Moran PA, Schaer GN, Withagen MIJ (2016) An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) Joint report on the Terminology for Pelvic Organ Prolapse. Dual publication Neurourol Urodyn 35(2):137-168.; Int Urogynecol J 27(2):165-194. 5 Citations

95: Haylen BT, Naidoo S, Kerr S, Yong CH, Birrell W (2016) Posterior vaginal compartment repairs: Where are the main anatomical defects? Int Urogynecol J. 27:741-745. Neurourol Urodyn 34 (S3):S130-131.

96: de Tayrac R, Haylen BT, LeTouzey V, Fatton B (2016) Traduction fran?aise de la terminologie commune International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) sur les troubles de la statique pelvienne chez la femme. French J Urogynecologie April 2016.

97: Erratum to: 92: Haylen BT, Maher CF, Barber MD, Camargo S, Dandolu V, Digesu A, Goldman HB, Huser M, Milani AL, Moran PA, Schaer GN, Withagen MIJ (2016) An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) Joint report on the Terminology for Pelvic Organ Prolapse Int Urogynecol J 27(4):655-684.

98: Haylen BT, Fischer G, Vu D, Tse K (2017) The vaginal vestibule. Assessing the case for an anterior and posterior division. Neurourology & Urodynamics. 36:4:979-983

99: Sultan A, Monga A, Haylen BT, Berghmans B, Lee J, Whitmore K et al An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report on the Terminology for Female Anorectal Dysfunction. Neurourol Urodyn

100: Bo K, Frawley H, Haylen BT, Abramov Y, Almeida F, Berghmans B, Borotolini MT, Dumoulin C, Gomes M, McClurg D, Meijink J, Shelly E, Trabuco E, Walker C, Wells A. An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) / International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report on the Terminology for the Conservative Management of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.  Int Urogynecol J and Neurourol Urodyn 36:2:221-244.

101: Haylen BT, Lee J, Freeman R, Swift SE (2017) IUGA terminology and stardardization: creating and utilizing this expanding resource. Int Urogyn J, 28, 11:1613-1616

102 Bo K, Frawley H, Haylen BT, Morin M, Shelly E (2017)  Response to comment on the IUGA/ICS joint report on the terminology for the conservative and non-pharmacological management of pelvic floor dysfunction. Neurourol Urodyn doi/10.1002/nau.23355/full

103: Gajewski JB, Schurch B, Hamid R, Averbeck M, Sakakibara R, Agro EF, Emmanuel C, Norton, C, Santoro G, Hull T, Berghmans B, Brody S, Haylen BT (2017) An International Continence Society (ICS) Report on Adult Neurogenic  Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction (ANLUTD) October, DOI: 10.1002/nau. 23055

104: Haylen BT, Wong A (2017) Posterior Vaginal Compartment Repairs: Does vaginal vault (Level I) fixation significantly improve the vaginal introital (Level III) repair?  Neurourology & Urodynamics 36: S3:40-41

105: Haylen BT, Wong A (2017) 105: Haylen BT, Sivagnanam V, Cross A (2018) What if there were no tapes. Int Urogynaecology J (Submission Feb 2018)

106: Haylen BT, Wong A (2017) Posterior Vaginal Compartment Repairs: Does vaginal vault (Level I) fixation significantly improve the vaginal introital (Level III) repair?  For full submission to Neurourology & Urodynamics Feb 2018

107: Haylen BT, Wong P, Hong A, Birrell W (2018) Is perineal excision at posterior repair safe and appropriate? – A histological analysis. Submitted for publication Submission March 2018

108: Haylen BT, Wong A, Hong P (2016) Can vaginal vault fixation improve rectal prolapse: Case Report. In preparation for submission for publication.

 

Book

JR Sutherst, MI Frazer, DR Richmond and BT Haylen (1990)

An Introduction to Clinical Gynaecological Urology. Butterworth-Heinemann

Ltd 1990. ISBN 0-7506-1043-3

 

Book Chapters

1: BT Haylen  and Paul Abrams(1998)

Uroflowmetry. In: Clinical Urogynaecology. S Stanton and A. Monga.  Churchill Livingstone. London. p117-128

2: BT Haylen  (1998)

Uroflowmetry. Clinical Urogynaecology L Cardozo and D Staskin. P130-145

3: BT Haylen (2010/2015)

Non-neurogenic voiding dysfunction and urinary retention. Textbook of Female Urology and Urogynecology. p498-510. L Cardozo and D Staskin. P. Informa Healthcare. London.

4: BT Haylen  (2011)

Uroflowmetry. Clinical Urogynaecology L Cardozo and D Staskin.

5: BT Haylen  (2014)

Uroflowmetry. Clinical Urogynaecology L Cardozo and D Staskin. P130-145

 

Journals - Peer Review Abstracts

1: BT Haylen and MI Frazer (1987)

 Is the investigation of most stress incontinence really necessary? Neurourology and Urodynamics. 6,3:188-189.

2: BT Haylen , D Ashby, MI Frazer, JR Sutherst and C West (1988)

Peak and average urine flow rates in a normal female population – the Liverpool    nomograms. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 7:176-178.

3: BT Parys, BT Haylen, J Hutton and KT Parsons (1989)

 Vesico-urethral function after simple hysterectomy. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 8:315-316.

4: BT Haylen, BT Parys and CR West (1989)

 Transrectal ultrasound in the measurement of residual urine volumes in men. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 8:327-328.

5: BT Haylen, MI Frazer and JH MacDonald (1989)

Are the urinary catheters we use effective in emptying the bladder? Neurourology and Urodynamics. 8:331-333.

6: BT Haylen (1991)

Transvaginal ultrasound in urogynaecology. International Journal of Urogynaecology. 2:187.

7: P Stricker and BT Haylen (1991)

Day-only incontinence surgery - the collagen implant. International Journal of Urogynaecology. 2:190

8: BT Haylen and R Saunders (1996)

Has the clinical trend in continence surgery for women been towards a suprapubic rather than a vaginal approach. International Urogynaecology Journal. 7:7

9: BT Haylen and R Saunders (1996)

Are more urodynamic investigations being performed? International Urogynaecology Journal. 7:11

10: BT Haylen, RR Dmochowski, R Rackley, AJ Cerqui, P. Dietz. (1999)

A consistent seven-step pubovaginal (rectus fascial) sling for genuine stress incontinence - Preliminary report. Int. Urogynecol. J., 10 (Suppl 1) p86

11: Haylen BT, Cerqui A, Law M, Dietz P. (1999)

Effect of size 7FG urethral catheter on urine flow rates in urogynaecology patients. Int. Urogynecol. J. 10 (Suppl 1) p30

12: Dietz HP, Haylen BT, Broome J. (1999)

The quantification of uterovaginal prolapse by ultrasound; a comparison with the ICS prolapse assessment system. Neurourology Urodynamics. 18; 4: 306-307.

13: Haylen BT, LC Lee. (2000)

Tension-free Vaginal Tape- What if it’s too tight Int. Urogynecol. J. 11, Suppl 1 p S29

14: Dietz HP, Haylen BT, Lee LC, Vancaillie T (2000)

The interaction between prolapse and voiding function: a sonoanatomical study. Int Urogyn J 11, Suppl 1: S75.

15: BT Haylen, L Verity, S Schulz, V Logan, J Zhou. (2005)

What is the place of  the retroverted uterus in urogynaecology. Int Urogynecol J, Vol 16, S44:43.

16: BT Haylen, McNally G, Birrell W, Logan V, Verity L, Schulz S (2005)

 Is the retroverted uterus more prevalent in urogynaecology than general gynaecology. Int

 Urogynecol J. 2005, Vol 16, S43:42

17: BT Haylen, L Verity, S Schulz, V Logan, J Zhou, M Law, J Sutherst (2005) 

 Have we underestimated the true incidence of voiding difficulty in women. Int

 Urogynecol J 2005 Vol 16, S44:45.

18: BT Haylen, L Verity, S Schulz, J Zhou, MG Law, J Sutherst (2005)

Can we identify women more likely to experience recurrent urinary tract infections? Int Urogynecol J. 2005 Vol 16, S45:46

19: BT Haylen, L Verity, S Schulz, J Zhou, M Law, J Sutherst. (2005)

Is hormone replacement therapy protective against bladder dysfunction and prolapse? Int Urogynec J, 2005 Vol 16 S44:45

20: BT Haylen (2005)

Transvaginal ultrasound in urogynaecology – even more ideal after 14 years. Int Urogynecol J, 2005, Vol 16 S55:92

21: BT Haylen , L Verity, Schulz S, M Law, J Zhou, J Sutherst (2006)

Residual urine volumes in women with lower urinary tract symptoms: Prevalence, associations, and level predisposing to recurrent urinary tract infections. Int Urogynecol J,17;2:S132-133.

22: BT Haylen , N Chetty, V Logan, L Verity, Schulz S, M Law, J Zhou (2006)

Are detrusor overactivity and increased bladder sensation both part of the same spectrum of bladder dysfunction. Int Urogynecol J,17;2:S200-201.

23: BT Haylen , N Chetty, V Logan, L Verity, Schulz S, M Law, J Zhou (2006)

Can we clarify the clinical and urodynamic profile of the woman with detrusor overactivity? Int Urogynecol J,17;2:S296-297.

24: Haylen BT, Lee J, Logan V, Husselbee S, Zhou J. Recurrent urinary tract infections: Which women are more susceptible? Int Urogynecol J 2007;18 (Suppl 1): S79.

25: Haylen BT, Katz S, Chetty N. Remifemantanil: Assistedlocal anaesthetic (ALA) of choice in urogynaecology. Int Urogynecol. J 2007: 18 (Suppl 1)  S132

26: BT Haylen, V Yang,V Logan, S Husselbee, J Zhou, MG Law, (2008)

Are overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms alone accurate in predicting detrusor overactivity and can we do better? InT Urogynecol J 2008; 19 (Suppl 1)

27: Haylen BT, Freeman RM, de Ridder D, Swift SE, Berghmans B, Lee J, Monga A, Petri E, Rizk D, Sand P, Schaer G (2009)

An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report into the Terminology for Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. Int Urogynecol J (June 2009)

28: Haylen BT, Freeman RM, de Ridder D, Swift SE, Berghmans B, Lee J, Monga A, Petri E, Rizk D, Sand P, Schaer G (2009)

An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) – International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report into the Terminology for Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. Neurourology & Urodynamics 2009: 28:787

29: Vu D, Haylen BT, Tse K, Farnsworth A (2009)

Surgical anatomy of the uterosacral ligament. Neurourol Urodyn 2009; 28:917

30: Haylen BT, Lee J, Logan V, Husselbee S, Zhou J, Law M. (2009)               

Urine flow rates in women with symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction. Neurourol Urodyn 2009: 28:857

31: Haylen BT, Vu D, Vashevnk S, Tse K (2011) Dual vaginal vault support at colporrhaphy – An anatomical basis for a four-part vaginal repair. Int Urogynecol J 22 (suppl  1) S180.

32: : Haylen BT, Vu D, Vashevnk S, Tse K (2011) Dual vaginal vault support at colporrhaphy – An anatomical basis for a four-part vaginal repair. Neurourol Urodyn 30 (6): 98-99

 

Peer Reviewed Abstracts in Conference Proceedings

1: BT Haylen and JR Sutherst (1987)The classification and treatment of genuine stress incontinence based on the results of pad testing. Proceedings International Continence Society. Bristol. P63-64.

2: BT Haylen and JR Sutherst (1987)

 The incidence and treatment of stress incontinence associated with uterovaginal prolapse. Proceedings International Continence Society. Bristol.  P 65-66.

3: BT Haylen, JR Sutherst and MI Frazer (1987)

Female stress incontinence: are urodynamics really necessary in all cases? Proceedings 4th Australian Congress in Obstertrics & Gynaecology. Perth.P 43-44.

4: BT Haylen, MI Frazer, JR Sutherst, C.West (1988)

Transvaginal ultrasound in the measurement of bladder volumes in women. Proceedings International Continence Society. Oslo. P100-101.

5: BT Haylen, MI Frazer, JR Sutherst and D Ashby (1988)

Diuretic response to different fluid loads in women with urinary incontinence: An optimum fluid load and pad test duration. Proceedings International Continence Society. Oslo. P98-99.

6: MI Frazer, BT Haylen, and M Sissons (1988)

Mast cell counts in the hypersensitive bladder. Proceedings International Continence Society. Oslo. P72-73

7: BT Haylen, BT Parys, D Ashby and CR West (1989)

Maximum urine flow rate using the Liverpool nomograms as a predictor of  detrusor instability in men. Proceedings international Continence Society.Ljubljana.

8: D Ashby, BT Haylen, BT Parys, and CR West (1989)

Graphical presentations of pressure-flow-residual data in the diagnosis of bladder outflow obstruction in men. Proceedings International Continence Society. Ljubljana.

9: BT Haylen, BT Parys, D Ashby and CR West (1990)

Pressure-flow charts to predict bladder outflow obstruction in men.Proceedings International Continence Society. Aarhus. P223-224.

10: BT Haylen (1992)

Just how important are clinical signs in women attending for urodynamic assessment. Proceedings International Continence Society. Halifax. P175

11: BT Haylen, MG Law and MI Frazer (1994)

Urine flow rates in uro-gynaecology patients. Abstracts American Urogynaecological Assocn Meeting. Toronto. P55

12: BT Haylen and MI Frazer (1994)

Residual urine volumes in uro-gynaecology patients. Abstracts American Urogynaecological Assocn Meeting. Toronto. P55.

13: BT Haylen  (1995) Periurethral collagen for urinary incontinence.Abstracts RACOG Annual Scientific Meeting. Perth. P 54

14: BT Haylen (1996) Update in Urogynaecology. Abstracts RACOG Annual Scientific Meeting. Fiji. P93.

15: BT Haylen (1996)

Has the clinical trend in continence surgery for women been towards a suprapubic rather than a vaginal approach? Abstracts International Continence Society Meeting Athens

16: BT Haylen  (1996)

Are more urodynamic investigations being performed? Abstracts 5th National Australian Conference on Incontinence. p50-51. Melbourne

17: A. Cerqui, BT Haylen and P.O’Shea (1998)

Residual urine volumes in a normal male population. Proceedings International Continence Society.Jerusalem. P64-65.

18: BT Haylen, MG Law and PD Stricker (1998)

Rate of change of urine flow in an individual over 10 year: a possible marker for predicting bladder outflow obstruction in asymptomatic men. Proceedings International  Continence Society. Jerusalem. P93-94.

 

Journals - Non-peer reviewed Articles and other Publications

1: .BT Haylen (1991)

 Letter to Editor. British Journal of Urology. 67:133

2:  BT Haylen and D. Golovsky (1993)

 Letter to Editor re: “Effect of vaginal ultrasound probe on lower urinary tract function” British Journal of Urology. 71:240-241

3: BT Haylen (1994)

 Laparoscopic surgery for stress urinary incontinence. Medical Journal of Australia. January 1994.

4: BT Haylen  (1996)

  Prolapse and Incontinence - Urogynaecology’s odd couple. Journal of Australian National Women’s Health Group. 15:12-21.

5: BT Haylen (1998)

Urogynaecology - Part I. Australian Doctor - How to Treat (centre) Section - Pages 1-8 - July 17th Edition

6: BT Haylen (1998)

Urogynaecology - Part II. Australian Doctor - How to  Treat (centre) Section - Pages  

7: BT Haylen (2000)

Clinical assessment and key advances in urogynaecology. St Vincent’s Clinic Proceedings 8 (1): 11-14.

8: BT Haylen (2004) Urogynaecology in Australian Doctor – How to treat (centre) July 30 Pages 1-6

9: BT Haylen (2007) An update on key issues in Urogynaecology. St Vincent’s Clinic Proceedings. 15 (1): 14-18.

10: BT Haylen (2009) A make-over for female pelvic floor terminology. Publication     in Australian Doctor. October 2009

11: BT Haylen (2014)

Pelvic Organ Prolapse - Part I. Australian Doctor - How to Treat (centre) Section -  Feb 17th Edition

12: BT Haylen (2014)

Pelvic Organ Prolapse - Part II. Australian Doctor - How to  Treat (centre) Section – Feb 24th Edition  

Editorial Board

International Urogynecology Journal 2009 –

Reviewer for the following Journals

1: International Urogynecology Journal

2: Medical Journal of Australia

3: Neurourology and Urodynamics

4: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

5: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

6: European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

7: Journal of Urology

 


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