The state of care for patients with overactive bladder
"It's certainly a bigger problem with advancing age in the geriatric population, and it can be a tremendous source of cost for patients who have these issues," says Gina M. Rooker, MD.
Dr. Dobberfuhl discusses novel onabotulinumtoxinA treatment for refractory OAB
“This technique is feasible, it is very well tolerated, and there’s not much of a complication rate, so it appears to be very safe,” says Amy D. Dobberfuhl, MD, MS.
Adherence to a personalized optimal bedtime shown to improve nocturia frequency
Optimal bedtime was determined using the bedtime and mid-awake time for each patient, which was gathered from an Actiwatch Spectrum device.
Destigmatizing Urology: Dr. Alexandra Rogers discusses OAB
“We need to improve the fact that 75% of these patients are untreated [or] unmanaged and frustrated,” says Alexandra Rogers, MD.
Vivally System for overactive bladder granted MedTech Breakthrough Award
Vivally System is a neuromodulation system that uses a closed-loop control algorithm and electromyography to personalize treatment for each patient.
Removal of sacral neuromodulation devices in office found to be safe and efficacious
"This is something [that is] a lot easier for the patient, it's a lot less costly to the health care system to stay out of the operating room, and it's a lot quicker for me," says Howard B. Goldman, MD.
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