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First-in-Human Study Shows Safety, Feasibility of UroMonitor

What it could mean for the future of ambulatory monitoring for bladder conditions

September 13, 2021/Urology & Nephrology/Research

The UroMonitor Advances to In-Human Trials

First in-human-trial for diagnostic bladder disorder device


Study Reinforces Acceptability of Same-Day Discharge for Patients Undergoing Minimally Invasive Sacrocolpopexy

Why setting patients’ expectations and an enhanced pathway might be the key


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Tiered Urologic Surgery System Helps Prioritize Care for Patients in the COVID-19 Era

Recommendations for urological surgery during an uncertain time

15-URL-2411 Urinary Incontinence

Bladder Sensor for Diagnosis and Treatment of Urinary Incontinence

A ‘fitness tracker for the bladder’ as replacement for urodynamic testing?

May 21, 2018/Cancer

Routine Preoperative Medical Evaluations Before Radical Prostatectomy: Are They Worth It?

Researchers examine whether additional evaluations impact surgical outcomes


Calming the Overactive Bladder: An Update on New Devices and Technologies Emerging

Will new or improved modalities help patients accept more invasive treatment?

October 26, 2016/Urology & Nephrology/Urology

Why Cleveland Clinic Has Joined AUA’s Quality Registry (Video)

Aggregating prostate cancer data improves clinical care

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