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Stress urinary incontinence in women [Nov 1998; 57-6]****
Skip navigation Picture of the Bandolier Logo tabs STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN WOMEN * Surgical treatment * Conservative treatment * Comment Two systematic reviews published in recent years provide some basis on which to consider how to deal with this difficult and common problem. The overall prevalence ... 01/04/07, 7702 bytes
Duloxetine for female stress urinary incontinence [Nov 2004; 129-3]****
... Picture of the Bandolier Logo tabs Link to Back issues listing | Back Issue Listing with content Index | Subject Index DULOXETINE FOR FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE Women in the trials Outcomes Trial design Results Efficacy Harm Comment Urinary incontinence is a problem that may affect as many as ... 01/04/07, 16911 bytes
How systematic reviews can disappoint [Nov 2001; 93-6]***
... Bandolier Logo tabs Link to Back issues listing | Back Issue Listing with content Index | Subject Index HOW SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS CAN DISAPPOINT Urge urinary incontinence Chronic fatigue syndrome Do decision aids help decision making? Comment Bandolier tries to find examples of systematic reviews where ... 01/04/07, 11690 bytes
Skip navigation Picture of the Bandolier Logo tabs URINARY In these pages are collected the stories from Bandolier relating to things urological. Some of this will be found elsewhere in Bandolier, and the need for this page and extending it will be reviewed/. In due course these pages may supplemented ... 01/04/07, 7032 bytes
Drug Watch: Cranberry juice reduces bacteriuria and pyuria [Jul 1994; 6-3]**
... institutions. While it is often asymptomatic, and does not require treatment, a large proportion of women over 65 years will experience at least one urinary tract infection each year. Recurrent urinary tract infection is common in patients who are incontinent: 73% of catheterised patients may receive ... 01/04/07, 13705 bytes
What happens after prostate cancer surgery? [March 2000; 73-6]*
... choice, one of the most important pieces of information is what happens after each of these choices. A new US study gives good information about urinary and sexual function in a large population-based cohort of men [1]. Study The prostate cancer outcomes study was conducted in five major centres in ... 01/04/07, 10251 bytes
Bandolier Subject Index*
... [January 2006; 143-5] Antimicrobials for Cystitis Antimicrobials for Cystitis - Correspondence Antidepressants for bipolar depression Antimicrobial urinary catheter review Anti-oestrogen therapy doesn't work in male infertility Antioxidants for Chronic Pancreatitis Antiphospholipid antibodies and pregnancy ... 01/04/07, 126449 bytes
Long-term BPH treatment [Jan 2004; 119-2]*
... choice. Study Men 50 years old or older who had American Urological Association scores of 8 to 30 (moderate or severe, Bandolier 11) and a maximum urinary flow rate of between 4 and 15 mL/second were recruited. Excluded were men with prior medical or surgical interventions, with low blood pressure, ... 01/04/07, 26456 bytes
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: Diagnosis and Treatment [Jan 1995; 11-3]*
... of diagnostic test procedures which can be used for BPH, urine flow rate recording is the single best non invasive urodynamic test to detect lower urinary tract obstruction. There is insufficient evidence to recommend a cut-off value to document appropriateness of therapy. This test measures the peak ... 01/04/07, 17731 bytes
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Skip navigation Picture of the Bandolier Logo tabs Link to Back issues listing | Back Issue Listing with content Index | Subject Index STORY INDEX BY ISSUE Bandolier subscriptions and back numbers (5878 bytes) Bandolier Issue 1 * Technology Assessment [1-1] (11835 bytes) * Getting Research into Practice ... 01/04/07, 140578 bytes

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