Each recipient was carefully vetted and selected by a distinguished band of AMP leadership.

AMP Meritorious Service Award:S. Terence Dunn, PhD The AMP Meritorious Support Award recognizes an AMP member for devoted service to the business. The recipient provides demonstrated exceptional contributions, as time passes and behind-the-scenes often, to provide invaluable support to AMP, its membership, also to the profession general. Technologist Travel Award:Roger Faubel, BS; Maureen Harazin, MT; & Barbara Voss, BS The AMP Technologist Travel Award provides travel assistance to the annual conference to chosen AMP member technologists who do not get travel support from their institutions.Adverse Events Table 3Table 3Adverse Events. Summarizes adverse events in both organizations. A total of 65 adverse occasions occurred in 41 of 417 women; all adverse events were related to surgery. Intraoperative bladder perforation and vaginal epithelial perforations were successfully treated during medical procedures without further clinical implications. Three females had a recorded loss of blood of 500 ml or even more. One woman required reoperation to loosen the synthetic sling because of persistent voiding problems, and six reoperations had been performed for tape publicity. Post Hoc Per-Protocol Analysis Table 4Table 4Per-Protocol Evaluation of Secondary and Primary Outcomes at 12 Months.