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Outcome measures for research in adult women with symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction

Outcome measures for research in adult women with symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction,10.1002/(SICI)1520-6777(1998)17:3<255::AID-NAU10>3.0.CO;

Outcome measures for research in adult women with symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction   (Citations: 58)
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Journal: Neurourology and Urodynamics - NEUROUROL URODYNAM , vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 255-262, 1998
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    • ...Commonly used SUI outcome measures include objective (cough stress test, pad test, and urodynamic evaluation) and subjective (patient self-assessment, validated questionnaires, voiding diaries, patient satisfaction, and quality of life) [3]...
    • ...A 2-year period was chosen to identify trends in the use of outcome measures in recent series dated after clear recommendations from various organizations have been published [3, 4, 6, 7]. Data collected from each publication included type of study, number of subjects, mean follow-up, specific objective and subjective outcome measures collected, success rates, and which outcome measures were used to define cure in each study...
    • ...Current International Continence Society(ICS) [3] and 3rd...

    Peter A. Castilloet al. Outcome measures and definition of cure in female stress urinary incon...

    • ...In the recommendations for the standardization of outcome measures for research on adult women with symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction, the Standardization Committee of the ICS accepted that UI has an impact on women's quality-of-life (QOL), suggesting that reliable and sensitive QOL questionnaires should be used in evaluating therapies for UI [6]...

    Carolina Chaves Cunha Souzaet al. Portuguese validation of the Urinary Incontinence-Specific Quality-of-...

    • ...The International Continence Society recommends that investigators utilize both objective and subjective endpoints when assessing outcomes for urinary incontinence treatments [6]...

    John T. Stoffelet al. Self-reported pad use per day reflects patient quality of life after p...

    • ...Although at present, there is no consensus of opinion regarding the best method of outcome assessment, guidelines have been proposed by the International Continence Society [7, 8], the Urodynamics Society [9], the American Urological Association [10] and the World Health Organisation International Consultation on Incontinence [11]...

    Sushma Srikrishnaet al. Is there a difference in patient and physician quality of life evaluat...

    • ...Although at present there is no consensus of opinion regarding the best method of outcome assessment, guidelines have been proposed by the International Continence Society (Mattiasson et al. 1998) [4] (Lose et al. 1998) [5], the Urodynamics Society (Blaivis et al. 1997) D. Robinson (*) . K. Anders . L. Cardozo . J. Bidmead Department of Urogynaecology, Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS, UK e-mail: ...

    Dudley Robinsonet al. Outcome measures in urogynaecology: the clinicians’ perspective

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