Overactive Bladder : Practical Management.

By: Corcos, Jacques
Contributor(s): MacDiarmid, Scott | Heesakkers, John
Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (272 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118640593Subject(s): Urinary incontinence -- Treatment.;Bladder -- Diseases -- TreatmentGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Overactive Bladder : Practical ManagementDDC classification: 616.6/2 LOC classification: RC919 -- .O94 2015ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Foreword: The impact of Overactive Bladder on Urogynecology -- Foreword -- Preface -- Section 1 Introduction -- Chapter 1 Overactive bladder: terminology and problem spectrum -- References -- Chapter 2 Pathophysiology -- Introduction -- The innervation of the bladder -- The genesis of the NDO: three hypothesis -- The link to the clinic -- The neurological pathologies responsible for the development of the neurogenic bladder -- Histological changes -- Conclusions -- References -- Section 2 Evaluation -- Chapter 3 Timing for evaluation -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4 Clinical evaluation -- Introduction -- History -- Neurological history -- General gynecological history -- Obstetric history -- Other relevant past medical and surgical history -- Drug history -- Examination -- Questionnaires and quality of life -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 5 Urodynamic evaluation of the overactive bladder -- Introduction -- OAB and urodynamics -- Filling cystometry and OAB -- Cystometrogram -- Does OAB equal urodynamic DO? A clinical correlation -- Pressure-flow studies and OAB -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6 Other testing -- Bladder/detrusor wall thickness -- Biomarkers -- Near infrared spectroscopy -- Bladder wall strain imaging -- Autonomic nervous system -- Functional brain imaging -- Conclusions -- References -- Section 3 First Line Management -- Chapter 7 Changes in lifestyle -- Introduction -- Lifestyle modifications -- Obesity -- Smoking -- Extremes of daily fluid intake -- Dietary bladder irritants -- Constipation and straining at stool -- Summary -- References -- Patient Guide 1 Lifestyle changes that can improve bladder symptoms -- Maintain a healthy weight -- Stop smoking -- Moderate liquid and beverage intake -- Monitor your diet.
Maintain bowel regularity -- Chapter 8 Physical therapy -- Physical therapy -- Scheduled voiding/bladder training -- Pelvic floor muscle training -- Electrical stimulation -- References -- Section 4 Second Line Management -- Chapter 9 Oral medication for overactive bladder -- Introduction -- Antimuscarinics -- Beta 3 (β3) adrenergic receptor (AR) agonists -- Antidepressants -- References -- Chapter 10 Patches and gels -- Rationale for TD OXY delivery -- Drug pharmacology -- Conclusion/expert opinion -- References -- Chapter 11 Promising experimental drugs and drug targets -- Introduction -- P2X3-receptors and P2X3 receptor antagonists -- The cannabinoid system -- TRP channels -- References -- Chapter 12 The role of co-medication in the treatment of OAB -- Introduction -- Antimuscarinics and α-adrenoreceptor antagonists -- Phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors and α-adrenoreceptor antagonists -- Other combination regimens -- Future directions -- References -- Chapter 13 Other non-surgical approaches for the treatment of overactive bladder -- Introduction -- Bladder training -- Acupuncture -- Naturopathic and herbal remedies -- Magnetic stimulation -- Containment products -- Future: tissue engineering and gene therapy -- Conclusion -- Abbreviations -- Financial and competing interests disclosure -- References -- Section 5 Third Line Management -- Chapter 14 Maximizing the treatment of overactive bladder with sacral nerve stimulation -- What is neuromodulation? -- The clinical need for neuromodulation? -- OAB is common -- The impact of OAB -- The limitations of conservative therapies -- Refractory OAB -- Sacral nerve stimulation -- Outcomes of SNS -- Special populations -- Technique -- Troubleshooting sacral nerve stimulation -- Maximizing therapy with a treatment algorithm -- References -- Chapter 15 Posterior tibial nerve stimulation -- Introduction.
Ways of peripheral neuromodulation -- History -- Posterior tibial nerve stimulation -- Working mechanism -- Clinical results -- Prognostic factors for PTNS -- Urgent-SQ -- the PTNS implant -- Future perspectives -- References -- Chapter 16 Botulinum toxin for the overactive bladder -- Introduction: a new second-line treatment for incontinence -- Practical facts about BoNT/A -- How does BoNT/A act when injected in the bladder? -- Neurogenic detrusor overactivity and BoNT/A -- OAB/Idiopathic Detrusor Overactivity (IDO) and BoNT/A -- The economics of BoNT/A: Is it cost-effective to inject the overactive bladder with BoNT/A? -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Section 6 Surgery -- Chapter 17 Surgical treatment for overactive bladder -- Bladder augmentation -- UDS evaluation post-augmentation -- Artificial urethral sphincter and augmentation -- Complications -- Detrusor myectomy autoaugmentation -- Denervation procedures -- Urinary diversion -- Summary -- References -- Section 7 Special Populations and Synthesis -- Chapter 18 Overactive bladder in older people -- Introduction -- Who are the elderly? -- Overactive bladder - pathophysiology in older people -- Multi-morbidity -- Polypharmacy -- Cholinesterase inhibitors -- Lifestyle, behavioral, and conservative therapies for OAB in older people -- Pharmacological interventions for older people -- Oxybutynin -- Tolterodine -- Darifenacin -- Fesoterodine -- Solifenacin -- Trospium chloride -- Propiverine hydrochloride -- Mirabegron -- Botulinum toxin -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 19 Bladder outlet obstruction and the overactive bladder -- Introduction -- Bladder outlet obstruction -- The relationship between bladder outlet obstruction and overactive bladder -- Pathogenesis of OAB in patients with bladder outlet obstruction -- OAB and the treatment of male BOO -- BOO and antimuscarinics -- Conclusions.
References -- Chapter 20 Synthesis of practical approaches to overactive bladder -- Initial management of "naïve" patients with OAB symptoms -- Patients failing initial management -- Index -- Supplemental Images -- EULA.
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Foreword: The impact of Overactive Bladder on Urogynecology -- Foreword -- Preface -- Section 1 Introduction -- Chapter 1 Overactive bladder: terminology and problem spectrum -- References -- Chapter 2 Pathophysiology -- Introduction -- The innervation of the bladder -- The genesis of the NDO: three hypothesis -- The link to the clinic -- The neurological pathologies responsible for the development of the neurogenic bladder -- Histological changes -- Conclusions -- References -- Section 2 Evaluation -- Chapter 3 Timing for evaluation -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4 Clinical evaluation -- Introduction -- History -- Neurological history -- General gynecological history -- Obstetric history -- Other relevant past medical and surgical history -- Drug history -- Examination -- Questionnaires and quality of life -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 5 Urodynamic evaluation of the overactive bladder -- Introduction -- OAB and urodynamics -- Filling cystometry and OAB -- Cystometrogram -- Does OAB equal urodynamic DO? A clinical correlation -- Pressure-flow studies and OAB -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6 Other testing -- Bladder/detrusor wall thickness -- Biomarkers -- Near infrared spectroscopy -- Bladder wall strain imaging -- Autonomic nervous system -- Functional brain imaging -- Conclusions -- References -- Section 3 First Line Management -- Chapter 7 Changes in lifestyle -- Introduction -- Lifestyle modifications -- Obesity -- Smoking -- Extremes of daily fluid intake -- Dietary bladder irritants -- Constipation and straining at stool -- Summary -- References -- Patient Guide 1 Lifestyle changes that can improve bladder symptoms -- Maintain a healthy weight -- Stop smoking -- Moderate liquid and beverage intake -- Monitor your diet.

Maintain bowel regularity -- Chapter 8 Physical therapy -- Physical therapy -- Scheduled voiding/bladder training -- Pelvic floor muscle training -- Electrical stimulation -- References -- Section 4 Second Line Management -- Chapter 9 Oral medication for overactive bladder -- Introduction -- Antimuscarinics -- Beta 3 (β3) adrenergic receptor (AR) agonists -- Antidepressants -- References -- Chapter 10 Patches and gels -- Rationale for TD OXY delivery -- Drug pharmacology -- Conclusion/expert opinion -- References -- Chapter 11 Promising experimental drugs and drug targets -- Introduction -- P2X3-receptors and P2X3 receptor antagonists -- The cannabinoid system -- TRP channels -- References -- Chapter 12 The role of co-medication in the treatment of OAB -- Introduction -- Antimuscarinics and α-adrenoreceptor antagonists -- Phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors and α-adrenoreceptor antagonists -- Other combination regimens -- Future directions -- References -- Chapter 13 Other non-surgical approaches for the treatment of overactive bladder -- Introduction -- Bladder training -- Acupuncture -- Naturopathic and herbal remedies -- Magnetic stimulation -- Containment products -- Future: tissue engineering and gene therapy -- Conclusion -- Abbreviations -- Financial and competing interests disclosure -- References -- Section 5 Third Line Management -- Chapter 14 Maximizing the treatment of overactive bladder with sacral nerve stimulation -- What is neuromodulation? -- The clinical need for neuromodulation? -- OAB is common -- The impact of OAB -- The limitations of conservative therapies -- Refractory OAB -- Sacral nerve stimulation -- Outcomes of SNS -- Special populations -- Technique -- Troubleshooting sacral nerve stimulation -- Maximizing therapy with a treatment algorithm -- References -- Chapter 15 Posterior tibial nerve stimulation -- Introduction.

Ways of peripheral neuromodulation -- History -- Posterior tibial nerve stimulation -- Working mechanism -- Clinical results -- Prognostic factors for PTNS -- Urgent-SQ -- the PTNS implant -- Future perspectives -- References -- Chapter 16 Botulinum toxin for the overactive bladder -- Introduction: a new second-line treatment for incontinence -- Practical facts about BoNT/A -- How does BoNT/A act when injected in the bladder? -- Neurogenic detrusor overactivity and BoNT/A -- OAB/Idiopathic Detrusor Overactivity (IDO) and BoNT/A -- The economics of BoNT/A: Is it cost-effective to inject the overactive bladder with BoNT/A? -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Section 6 Surgery -- Chapter 17 Surgical treatment for overactive bladder -- Bladder augmentation -- UDS evaluation post-augmentation -- Artificial urethral sphincter and augmentation -- Complications -- Detrusor myectomy autoaugmentation -- Denervation procedures -- Urinary diversion -- Summary -- References -- Section 7 Special Populations and Synthesis -- Chapter 18 Overactive bladder in older people -- Introduction -- Who are the elderly? -- Overactive bladder - pathophysiology in older people -- Multi-morbidity -- Polypharmacy -- Cholinesterase inhibitors -- Lifestyle, behavioral, and conservative therapies for OAB in older people -- Pharmacological interventions for older people -- Oxybutynin -- Tolterodine -- Darifenacin -- Fesoterodine -- Solifenacin -- Trospium chloride -- Propiverine hydrochloride -- Mirabegron -- Botulinum toxin -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 19 Bladder outlet obstruction and the overactive bladder -- Introduction -- Bladder outlet obstruction -- The relationship between bladder outlet obstruction and overactive bladder -- Pathogenesis of OAB in patients with bladder outlet obstruction -- OAB and the treatment of male BOO -- BOO and antimuscarinics -- Conclusions.

References -- Chapter 20 Synthesis of practical approaches to overactive bladder -- Initial management of "naïve" patients with OAB symptoms -- Patients failing initial management -- Index -- Supplemental Images -- EULA.

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