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HTA - 11/106/01

Male synthetic sling versus Artificial urinary Sphincter Trial for men with urodynamic stress incontinence after prostate surgery: Evaluation by Randomised controlled trial (MASTER)

Project title: Male synthetic sling versus Artificial urinary Sphincter Trial for men with urodynamic stress incontinence after prostate surgery: Evaluation by Randomised controlled trial (MASTER)

Call to action: 11/106 11/106 Surgical treatments for moderate urinary incontinence in men after prostate surgery

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Paul AbramsORCID logo

Contractor: North Bristol NHS Trust

Cost: £1,634,132.62

Co-investigators: Dr Kirsty McCormackORCID logo, Dr Nikki CotterillORCID logo, Dr Rebecca SmithORCID logo, Mr Christopher HardingORCID logo, Mr Mark ForrestORCID logo, Mrs Alison McDonaldORCID logo, Ms Mary KilonzoORCID logo, Professor Anthony MundyORCID logo, Professor Cathryn GlazenerORCID logo, Professor Craig RamsayORCID logo, Professor Graeme MacLennanORCID logo, Professor John NorrieORCID logo, Professor Marcus DrakeORCID logo.

Started: September 2013 | Status: Waiting to publish

ISRCTN: 49212975

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