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Overactive Bladder Podcasts
Listen to leading physicians discuss overactive bladder on the BackTable Urology Podcast. Get tips, tricks, and expert guidance from your peers and level up your practice.
Dr. Daniel Hoffman, a urogynecologist specializing in voiding dysfunction, discuss the use of Botox, sacral neuromodulation, and bulking agents in treating overactive bladders. Listen to hear more about patient selection criteria for each treatment, botox and neuromodulation procedure techniques, and treatment side effects and complications.
Overactive Bladder Articles
Read our exclusive BackTable Urology Articles for quick insights on overactive bladder, provided by physicians for physicians.
Electrical stimulation of various nerves in the leg can help ease symptoms of overactive bladder. This article covers evaluation of a patient for electric neurostimulation, considerations for device selection, and possible complications.
Botox injections are a relatively safe procedure to treat overactive bladder. This article discusses the ideal patient for botox therapy and describes how to administer botox injections and achieve sedation during the procedure.
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