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Erectile Dysfunction

Stan Honig, MD

ED Is a Predictor of Cardiac Disease: A Urologic Perspective

Erectile dysfuction (ED), defined as the inability to reach or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance, is age-related and an extremely prevalent medical condition. It is estimated to affect more than half of all men over the age of 60, and in the United States alone, ED will develop in more than 600,000 men aged 40-69 annually.1

Daily Sildenafil May Improve CVD

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Daily dosing of sildenafil (Viagra) may offer both penile vascular and cardiovascular health benefits in type 2 diabetic men with erectile dysfunction (ED), according to a study at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore.

ED Drug Works Despite LUTS Severity

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Tadalafil (Cialis) dosed once a day improves erectile function in men with erectile dysfunction (ED) and BPH-related lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), a study shows. The drugs effect is similar in patients with moderate or severe LUTS.

Intranasal Drug Holds Promise for ED

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Bremelanotide, an investigational medication administered into the nose, may improve sexual satisfaction and self-esteem in men with erectile dysfunction (ED), according to a new study.

PCa Treatment Type Affects ED Therapy

QUEBEC CITY—A Canadian study of men with erectile dysfunction (ED) following prostate cancer therapy showed that those who received radiation therapy alone had greater success with ED treatment than men treated with radical prostatectomy alone or in combination with radiation.

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