Urinary Incontinence Clinical Trials

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Sham Controlled Trial of Rapid Induction Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation

The aim of this study is to determine the efficacy of an accelerated course for percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) induction to treat overactive bladder symptoms. The standard 12 weekly induction treatments may be a patient burden and a more rapid induction may speed up symptomatic improvement.

percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation
bladder symptoms
  • 28 Mar, 2021
  • 1 location
Emsella Chair Versus Sham for the Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain

The purpose of this clinical trial is to compare the Emsella Chair therapy to Sham and to determine whether electromagnetic technology is effective in the treatment of chronic pelvic pain. Currently there are no other studies utilizing the Emsella Chair for the treatment of chronic pelvic pain. Eligible subjects will …

chronic pelvic pain
  • 31 Mar, 2021
  • 1 location
Effectiveness of EMS and TENS in Patients With Overactive Bladder

Overactive bladder (OAB) syndrome is a well-recognized set of symptoms which patient experience during the storage phase of the micturition cycle. It is characterized by urgency (a sudden compelling desire to pass urine which is difficult to defer) which, in almost all patients, is accompanied by increased frequency and nocturia …

urinary urgency
transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
detrusor hyperreflexia
  • 24 Jan, 2021
  • 1 location
Sacral Nerve Stimulation in Treating Low Anterior Resection Syndrome or Fecal Incontinence in Patients With Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer or Other Pelvic Cancer the RESTORE Study

This trial studies how well sacral nerve stimulation works in treating low anterior resection syndrome or fecal incontinence (the body's passage of stool without control) in patients with rectal cancer that has spread to nearby tissues or lymph nodes, or other pelvic cancer. Sacral nerve stimulation is a permanent implant …

  • 23 Jan, 2021
  • 2 locations
Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus and Sleep Apnea

Normal-pressure hydrocephalus is associated with increases in the intracranial pressure during the night sleep. Sleep apnea also increases the intracranial pressure during the apneic spells. When patients are operated the distal part of the shunt is inserted inside the abdominal cavity, which pressure also increases during the sleep apnea episodes. …

  • 24 Jan, 2021
  • 1 location
MIND After Surgery

Delirium is the most common neurological adverse outcome in elderly surgical patients. It is associated with an increased mortality and morbidity, including need for prolonged hospital stay and institutional care. Despite this, there are no effective preventive strategies. Melatonin is a hormone released from the pineal gland. It is used …

  • 22 May, 2021
  • 2 locations
Total Neoadjuvant Treatment Without Surgery For Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer

NO-CUT is a one-stage phase II trial seeking to establish whether an oxaliplatin-based chemotherapy preceding standard neo-adjuvant fluoropyrimidines-based chemo radiotherapy, can safely spare demolitive surgical intervention in patients with operable rectal cancer, without increasing the risk of distant relapse. The trial also has a translational component aimed at establishing whether …

platelet count
neutrophil count
  • 25 Jan, 2021
  • 1 location
Behavioral or Solifenacin Therapy for Urinary Symptoms in Parkinson Disease

The impact of urinary symptoms in Parkinson disease (PD) extends beyond worsened well-being. Urinary symptoms common in PD, especially incontinence and nocturia, are major risk factors for falls likely due to the combination of urinary urgency and impaired mobility (and falls are a leading cause of mortality in PD), for …

movement disorder
urinary urgency
  • 28 Apr, 2021
  • 4 locations
Prospective Controlled Randomized Multicentric Study on the Management of the Vesical Catheter in Colon Surgery.

INTRODUCTION: Recommendations for peroperative bladder catheterization remain a controversial issue since it is a procedure that is not without complications. Most of the current suggestions derive from open surgery data that have been extrapolated to Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) or Fast-Track programs ranging between 24-48 hours. The objective of …

enhanced recovery after surgery
colon operation
open surgery
  • 24 Jan, 2021
  • 1 location
Sugammadex To IMprove Bowel Function

Colon and rectal surgery is associated with high cost, long length of stay, high postoperative surgical site infection rate, high incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting, and a high rate of hospital readmission. Return of bowel function is of utmost importance in avoiding patient discomfort, morbidity, and mortality after colorectal …

  • 09 May, 2021
  • 1 location