AUA 2015 General News Coverage
Unplanned clinical visits 15 times more likely among patients treated more than 45 days after diagnosis.
Patients with kidney or ureteral stones larger than 20 mm are 85% more likely be re-treated those those with stones smaller than 10 mm.
Flexible ureteroscopy achieved a stone-free rate nearly twice as high as that achieved with extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy.
A study found that 33.8% of women received anticholinergics compared with 19.4% of men.
OAB treatment is associated with a decreased risk of falls, study finds.
The most common cause is respiratory compromise.
Study shows no racial disparity in the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
Only 50% of patients adhered to their treatment regimen, with adherence rates varying by sex and geographic region.
Current and former smokers are at higher risk of complications within 30 days after radical prostatectomy or cystectomy.
Renal and Urology News Articles
- Tamsulosin Improves Clearance of Large Distal Ureteral Stones
- Post-Parathyroidectomy Calcium Requirement Linked to Preop ALP
- Sucroferric Oxyhydroxide Efficacy Similar to That of Sevelamer
- Calciphylaxis in CKD Patients Linked to Hypercoagulable Conditions
- Kidney Cancer Bone Metastasis Predictors Id'd
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