A Cleveland Clinic biomedical engineer and urologist partner to improve urodynamic testing by taking the monitoring out of the clinic, and the catheter out of the monitoring.
This ‘fitness tracker for the bladder,’ now in preclinical testing, has the potential to eliminate the need for urodynamics and the discomfort and inconvenience it entails.
Researchers study how electrical stimulation can help regenerate the pudendal nerve to treat postpartum incontinence in the optimal period for intervention — soon after childbirth.
Both Botox and Interstim are good treatment options for patients with refractory UI, concludes a first-of-its-kind, multicenter clinical trial. The difference? It’s in the eye of the beholder.
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