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The aim of this quasi-experimental study was to assess the effectiveness of a 6-week online exercise program on self-assessed quality of life (QoL), physical activity (PA), and dysfunctions of pelvic floor muscles of postpartum women immediately and 6 months after the online intervention. The data were collected with e-questionnaires. The data collection started in September 2021 and ended in September 2023.
This study will be conducted to evaluate the effect of kinesiotaping on activation of abdominopelvic cavity for management of stress urinary incontinence females' patients.
The goal of this clinical trial is to evaluate if prophylactic antibiotics in urethral bulking are effective in reducing postprocedural urinary tract infections.
The study drug VMB-100 is an mRNA encoding for IGF-1. It is administered by injection into the urethra sphincter, and taken up by the muscle cells. The IGF-1 acts to promote muscle regeneration in the sphincter, which is expected to improve the function of the sphincter and thereby alleviate incontinence (urinary leakage).
We are group of researchers interested in causes and management of nocturnal enuresis, we embarked on this research on 2020 and we reached promising results regarding the role of vitamin D serum level in etiology and management of monosymptomatic enuresis.
Urinary incontinence, characterized by involuntary loss of urine (International Continence Society), is a serious social and health issue whose incidence is increasing. Urinary incontinence refers to a condition in which urine is inadvertently excreted from the bladder to the urethra, usually due to a disability or an incapacity to control the bladder and urethral sphincter. Urinary incontinence is a common complaint in women, which can have an important influence on the quality of her life. Its prevalence is between 10% and 40%, and the most common form is stress urinary incontinence. Age, body mass index, genetic factors, pregnancy and delivery, and a history of hysterectomy, smoking, race, constipation and menopause have been considered as its risk factors.
Tele-rehabilitation involves health care services, support and information provided remotely via digital communication and devices. It intends to facilitate effective delivery of health services such as physical therapy by improving access to care and information and managing health care resources. Other terms such as telehealth, telemonitoring, tele-rehabilitation, tele-education and tele-assistance describe digital practice. Due to the pandemic caused by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), health associations worldwide have released recommendations about care from distance using tools of communication and information technologies
The aim of this prospective academic research study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the Victo adjustable artificial sphincter in the treatment of male patients with urinary incontinence due to prostate surgery.
The goal of this clinical trial is to compare the efficacy of transobturator tape (TOT) operation and urethral ligament plication operation in stress incontinence patients. The main question: - Which operation is more effective in treatment of stress incontinence? - Which operation has less complication and risks? Participants will be followed about 5 days, 2.5 months, 6 months and 1 year after the operation and asked about the continence status and complications.
Urinary incontinence is defined by the International Children's Continence Society as involuntary urinary leakage that can be continuous or intermittent in children aged five and over. Urinary incontinence is divided into subgroups of daytime incontinence, nocturnal enuresis and combined daytime incontinence and nocturnal enuresis. Different pelvic floor rehabilitation programs appear to be effective in children with daytime incontinence and nocturnal enuresis but mostly focus on the pelvic floor muscle training component. However, pelvic floor rehabilitation includes many components such as education, lifestyle changes, manual techniques, pelvic floor muscle training, functional exercises, biofeedback therapy, electrical stimulation and home program. However, there is no study examining the effectiveness of a multimodal pelvic floor rehabilitation program in the treatment of children with urinary incontinence. It is also unclear for which urinary incontinence type the multimodal pelvic floor rehabilitation program will be more effective. Therefore, investigators aim to compare the effects of a multimodal pelvic floor rehabilitation program on lower urinary tract symptoms, pelvic floor muscles and other related muscle functions in children with different urinary incontinence types. Children between the ages of 5 and 18 who were diagnosed with urinary incontinence by applying to Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatric Urology will be included in the study. Participants will be divided into three groups: daytime incontinence, nocturnal enuresis, and combined daytime incontinence and nocturnal enuresis. A multimodal pelvic floor rehabilitation program will be performed on all children for 10 weeks, two days a week and approximately 45 minutes. A multimodal pelvic floor rehabilitation program will include education, bladder and bowel training, manual techniques, exercise training (diaphragmatic breathing exercise, pelvic floor muscle training, trunk stabilization exercises based on developmental kinesiology) and a home program. Children's lower urinary symptoms will be assessed with the Dysfunctional Voiding and Incontinence Scoring System, Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction Questionnaire, Childhood Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction Questionnaire, bladder and bowel diary, and the functions of the pelvic floor muscles and other related muscles will be assessed with superficial electromyography and ultrasonography.