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We will conduct a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy of a group-based yoga intervention to decrease the frequency and impact of urinary incontinence in ambulatory middle-aged and older women and explore potential mediators of improvement in outcomes. Women aged 50 years and older who report daily or more frequent stress-, urgency-, or mixed-type incontinence, are not already engaged in formal yoga or muscle stretching/strengthening programs, are willing to temporarily forgo other clinical treatments for incontinence, are able to walk to and use the bathroom without assistance, and meet other eligibility criteria will be recruited from multiple locations surrounding the San Francisco Bay area.
RCT designed to answer the question: Does the application of Erbium: YAG laser treatment to the vagina improve urine control for women with SUI?
Evaluation of the impact of the delivery in the system of suspension and sustentation of pelvic floor, by 3D ultrasound and quality of life questionnaires.nt
We wish to set up a multicentric prospective observational study across France to collate data on the efficacy and tolerance of the Male REMEEX® device in patients with moderate stress urinary incontinence following radical prostatectomy. Patient satisfaction, improvement in quality of life, side effects and complications will also be studied, as will the ease of use of the device from the point of view of the surgeon. A long-term follow-up of 5 years will be conducted.
A pre-market, prospective, non-randomized acute feasibility study for the treatment of patients with urinary incontinence (UI) as a consequence of urinary incontinence.
A randomized controlled trial for patients with stress urinary incontinence or stress-dominant mixed incontinence. Subjects will be randomized to 8-weeks of home kegel exercises or 8 weeks of pelvic floor muscle exercises using the leva digital pelvic health system that includes visual biofeedback via smartphone.
The objective of this Field Evaluation is to assess usage and satisfaction associated with the Hill-Rom Incontinence Management System.
This study evaluates whether eliminating certain ingredients (caffeine, alcohol, artificial sweeteners, acidic juices) consumed in beverages reduces bladder symptoms of urinary frequency and urgency. Women with overactive bladder will be recruited. Half of these women will receive instructions to replace beverages containing these ingredients with beverages such as water or milk. The other half of participants will receive instructions on following the United States Department of Agriculture guidelines on healthy eating.
The purpose of this proposal is to test a novel behavioral treatment - Unified Protocol Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (UP-CBT)1 - to enhance quality of life in women with pelvic floor disorders. Emotional distress is treatable using behavioral procedures, and effective treatment would increase women's emotional health and help to reduce urinary symptoms (e.g., incontinence, frequent urination). Women with pelvic floor disorders are often seen in the urogynecology clinic, which makes this setting ideal for offering additional interventions that may improve their quality of life. Unfortunately, many women with pelvic floor disorders may not receive effective behavioral treatment, such as cognitive behavior therapy, because urogynecologists and other medical professionals may not be aware of providers in their community who offer this treatment. The investigators will enhance treatment options by 1) providing evidence for an all-purpose cognitive-behavioral intervention (i.e., UP-CBT), 2) offering treatment in the urogynecology clinic, maximizing convenience, and 3) improving clinical outcomes for these patients. Specific Aims: 1. To demonstrate that UP-CBT is an effective form of therapy for women with lower urinary tract symptoms. 2. To use baseline characteristics in moderation analyses to determine which women will be most likely to have a good response to therapy. 3. To use mediation analyses to test a possible causal chain of events - Does treatment lead to lower anxiety, which in turn leads to fewer urinary symptoms?
Prospective, single-arm, non-sponsored, observational single centre trial in a cohort of patients undergoing stress urinary incontinence surgery with ALTIS® procedure. All patients were diagnosed according to clinical reports, physical exploration and urodynamics. Body mass index(BMI) was categorized according to World Health Organization classification. Valsalva leak point pressure was categorized in three groups <60 cmH2O, 60-90 cmH2O and >90 cmH2O). Participants were evaluated post-operatively at 1, 6, 12 and 24 months with physical examination, ICIQ-SF, visual scale of satisfaction(SVS)(0-10). Adverse events were reported in each visit. Multivariate analysis for risk factors of surgery failure was performed.