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This study is designed to answer if an ergonomist can configure a daVinci robot console to improve surgeon discomfort. Adjustments to the robot console will be surgeon specific as they are tailored to their individual body type. Measurements will be taken at the time of console configuration.
The aim of this study is the characterization of the vaginal and rectal microbiome in women undergoing surgical repair of rectovaginal fistula.
The purpose of this study is to learn more about the microbes (bacteria) that live in the vagina and the bladder. The investigators are doing this research study to understand the relationship between microbes (the microbiome) and the occurrence of urinary tract infection following surgical removal of the uterus and pelvic organ prolapse repair.
The goal of the study is to evaluate the change in pelvic floor symptoms with pessary use prior to reconstructive pelvic floor surgery for pelvic organ prolapse. Additionally, we will assess the impact that preoperative pessary use has on patient self-reported preparedness for surgery.
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