Pathophysiology of Nocturia - Jeffrey Weiss
March 30, 2018
Jeffrey Weiss, presents the pathophysiology of nocturia and describes important steps in the evaluation of nocturia. Two case reports are presented. Final thoughts are included on nocturnal polyuria, replacement therapy, overnight fluid deprivation tests, behavioral therapy and more.
Jeffrey P. Weiss, MD, FACS is a urologist in Brooklyn, New York and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Long Island Jewish Medical Center and NYC Health and Hospitals/Kings County. He is Professor and Chairman at SUNY Downstate Medical Center; Department of Urology, Staff Urologist, Veterans Affairs NY Harbor Healthcare; Department of Urology. He received his medical degree from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is one of 68 doctors at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and one of 5 at NYC Health and Hospitals/Kings County who specialize in Urology.
Presentation by Dr. Jeffrey Weiss at the 2018 SUFU Meeting: Pathophysiology of Nocturia
Impact of the International Continence Society report on the standardisation of terminology in nocturia on the quality of reports on nocturia and nocturnal polyuria: A systematic review
Diagnosing the pathophysiologic mechanisms of nocturnal polyuria