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Surgical Management of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence: 22-Year Population-Level Trends - Christopher Wallis

(Length of Presentation: 10 min) Christopher Wallis presents the findings of a retrospective cohort study of all women in Ontario undergoing surgical management of stress incontinence between 1994 and 2016. Utilizing a time-series analysis, they were able to characterize the trends in utilization of a variety of procedures over time. He relates trend findings to that of regulatory health warnings...

Demographics of the Nocturia Patient - Jeffrey Weiss

(Length of Discussion: 19 min) Benjamin Brucker, MD interviews Jeffrey Weiss, MD on the prevalence and demographics of the nocturia patient and when nocturia becomes problematic. Weiss highlights the quality of life versus profound health concerns, in terms of epidemiology and severe nocturia. He explains where early mortality fits in and the side effects patients are more prone to, including fall...

What to Look Forward to - 48th Annual International Continence Society ICS - Alan Wein

(Length of Discussion: 5 min) Roger Demokowski and Alan Wein discuss the upcoming International Continence Society 48th Annual Meeting (ICS 2018) taking place in Philadelphia, PA this upcoming summer from August 28 - 31, 2018. Biographies: Roger R. Dmochowski, M.D., M.M.H.C, Program Clinical Chair, ICS, Professor, Department of Urologic Surgery, Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs and Professionalism,...

Defining Bladder Health - Ariana Smith

(Length of Conversation: 3 min) Colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania, Ariana Smith, MD and Diane Newman, DNP discuss The Prevention of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, (PLUS), a consortium funded by the NIH and NIDDK. PLUS is a group of multidisciplinary researchers and practitioners that come from a broad range of expertise and the aim of the program is to plan, perform, and analyze the rese...

Female Urology, Incontinence, LUTS, Voiding Dysfunction - Christopher Payne

(Length of Discussion: 11 min) Christopher Payne, MD a urologist from San Jose, California and Diane Newman, DNP discuss several presentations from the 2018 Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine and Urogenital Reconstruction meeting (SUFU). Among the topics, they highlight are Urinary Bladder Dysfunction, Bladder Innervation, Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) and Lower Urinary Tract Infec...

Enobosarm in Postmenopausal Women for Stress Urinary Incontinence - Interview with Kenneth Peters

(Length of Discussion: 9 min) Diane Newman, DNP, FAAN, BCB-PMD interviews Kenneth Peters, MD about the data he presented at the SUFU 2018 meeting on results from the single-arm, open-label Phase 2 clinical trial evaluating enobosarm in postmenopausal women with stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Enobosarm, which is an oral selective androgen receptor modulator, given as an androgenic agent to modu...

Welcome to the Pelvic Health Center of Excellence - Diane Newman

Diane Newman welcomes viewers to the Pelvic health Center of Excellence on The leading location for state of the art lectures, original articles, research, current treatments and emerging clinical care in pelvic health and pelvic floor dysfunction. Diane encourages viewers to utilize this center as a resource for current research, clinical expertise and to stay up to date with current...

Causes and Treatments of Nocturia - Jeannette Potts

(Length of Discussion 21 min) Jeannette Potts presents the causes and treatments of nocturia. Nocturia, the most common lower urinary tract symptom is a condition in which a patient expereinces nighttime awakening to void. Nocturia affects approximately 70-75% of adults over 40 years of age. She reviews multiple symptoms causes by nocturnal polyuria including chronic fatigue, depression, hypertens...

“Kegels In A Bottle”: Preliminary Results Of A Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator For The Treatment Of SUI - Kenneth Peters

(Lecture and Discussion in 14 min.) Kenneth Peters, MD. presents a proof of concept study first discussed at the International Continence Society meeting in September 2017. Ken discusses the background of Enobosarm: and the Biology-Driven Selectivity. He discusses the selective androgen receptor modulators (SARM) biology vs. steroidal androgens and that Enobosarm Increases Pelvic Floor Muscle Weig...

The State of BPS/IC: "The Emperor Has No Clothes" - Christopher Payne

Christopher Payne presents, "The Emperor Has No Clothes" and the current state of bladder pain syndrome and interstitial cystitis. Biography: Christopher K. Payne, MD. Emeritus Professor of Urology, Stanford University Medical School Co-Founder, Vista Urology & Pelvic Pain Partners Dr. Payne is nationally recognized as a leader on issues in female urology having served on NIH advisory/oversight pa...

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