Researchers evaluate incontinence product usage and costs

SAP Partner | <b>Vanderbilt University Medical Center</b>

“[We] found that women were spending on average, nearly $35 a week on incontinence products in the highest symptom severity, which is a huge financial burden,” says Elisabeth M. Sebesta, MD.

In this video, Elisabeth M. Sebesta, MD, discusses the rationale and notable findings from the recent Neurourology and Urodynamics study, “The burdens of incontinence: Quantifying incontinence product usage and costs in women,” for which she served as a study author. Sebesta is an assistant professor of urology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.