Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction in males and expectation after surgical treatment for prostate cancer
Urinary incontinence in males may be the result of one of several lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). This education explores the causes and management of LUTS, as well as urinary incontinence resulting from radical prostatectomy.
More than one third of Australian women may be affected by some form of urinary incontinence (UI). Participate in this module and refresh your understanding of the best assessment methods and first-line treatment strategies for the management of this condition.
This education module provides guidance on the assessment and management of urinary and faecal incontinence, including recommendations for patient education and self-care.
Bowel and bladder problems in the child bearing years are highly prevalent, affecting up to 30% of women. In this interview, Dr. Helena Frawley explores how to approach the optimal first-line management strategies for women experiencing incontinence in the pre and postnatal periods.