Study results underscore the need for additional research to find other surrogate markers of urinary infection.
Improvements in efficacy and quality of life last at least six months, study finds.
Pad tests described to date have only been evaluated in older, parous women.
An electronic unit vibrates three times when wetness sensor threads detect urine overspills.
Horizontal loops in catheter tubing can reduce flow rate by nearly two-thirds.
GLASGOW—Women who have undergone surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) are at increased risk of requiring another operation if they had two or more vaginal deliveries, according to data presented at the International Continence Society annual meeting.
GLASGOW—Vaginal pessaries are an appropriate treatment option for women with troublesome pelvic organ prolapse, but careful maintenance and follow-up are essential, researchers reported at the International Continence Society annual meeting.