What is Urodynamics?
Urodynamics is the investigation of the function of the lower urinary tract – the bladder and urethra – using physical measurements such as bladder pressure and flow rate as well as clinical assessment.
Urodynamic studies provide extremely valuable diagnostic data for any of the following bladder dysfunctions: Urge Incontinence, Stress Incontinence, Urinary Retention, Urinary Frequency, Nocturia, Hesitancy and all other storage and micturition issues.
Typical Urodynamic testing consists of Uroflowmetry, Filling Cystometry, Pressure-Flow study, Urethral Pressure Profiles (UPP), VLPP (Valsalva Leak Point Pressure) and EMG (Electromyography).
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Experts about Urodynamics
Learn the personal perspective from experts in the field about the role, benefits and optimal usage of urodynamics.