Prospective Randomized, Double-Blind Study of the Efficacy and Tolerability of the Extended-Release Formulations of Oxybutynin and Tolterodine for Overactive Bladder: Results of the OPERA Trial
- Which oral therapy warranted in urge urinary incontinence? // PharmacoEconomics & Outcomes News;1/15/2005, Issue 469, p12
Presents information on the different oral therapies for treating urge urinary incontinence. Types of oral medication evaluated; Problems found in several of the treatments; Comparison between the annual costs of the therapies.
- Advances in Medical Management of Overactive Bladder. Richelson, Elliott; Elliott, Daniel S. // Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Jun2003, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p681
Editorial. Discusses advances in the medical management of overactive bladder or urinary incontinence. Oral extended-release forms of two different muscarinic receptor antagonists, oxybutynin and tolterodine; Introduction of the transdermal oxybutynin patch; Pharmacokinetic difference between...
- Long-term effects of injections of collagen into the urethral submucosa for the treatment of incontinence in bitches. // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;4/2/2005, Vol. 156 Issue 14, p437
Examines the long-term effects of injections of collagen into the urethral submucosa for the treatment of incontinence in bitches. Duration of the follow up on bitches; Improvement seen in dogs which had received additional treatment with alpha-adrenergic agonists; Development of mild,...
- Oxybutynin Topical. // AHFS Consumer Medication Information;Jan2017, p1
Oxybutynin topical gel is used to control frequent urination, urgent need to urinate, and urge urinary incontinence (sudden strong need to urinate that may cause urine leakage) in people who have overactive bladder (OAB; condition in which the bladder muscles tighten uncontrollably to empty the...
- Better continence with diversions. // Urology Times;Jan95, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p19
Reports that the key to better continence with Mitrofanoff valves for urinary diversion seems to be the length of the conduit. Better performance of appendiceal conduits due to longer profile and higher closure pressures.
- Product helps treat male incontinence. // Urology Times;Feb95, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p22
Presents the Condom Seal, a product for the treatment of male incontinence. Benefits of the product; Contact information.
- Incontinence: Cross your legs. // Consumer Reports on Health;Oct95, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p113
Suggests that women with stress urinary incontinence can reduce their problem by crossing their legs whenever the situation arises according to the November 1994 issue of `Obstetrics & Gynecology'.
- Update on a computerized approach to incontinence management. Menard, Cecile; Crooks, Valerie // Nursing Homes: Long Term Care Management;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p38
Presents a training and management program for urinary incontinence based on computerized information. Change in training goals for urinary incontinence management; Phases of program development. INSET: Other applications coming..
- UNMENTIONABLE BUT NOT UNTREATABLE. Krucoff, Carol // Saturday Evening Post;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 271 Issue 5, p26
Offers a look at urinary incontinence. People prone to experience urinary incontinence; How to treat urinary incontinence; Exercises; Behavioral treatment; Factors predisposing a person to urinary incontinence. INSET: Resources.