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Urinary Incontinence Clinical Trials

A listing of Urinary Incontinence medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

Found (117) clinical trials

Retropubic vs. Single-Incision Mid-Urethral Sling for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Pelvic floor surgeons aspire to improve relevant quality of life outcomes for women with pelvic floor disorders while minimizing complications and unnecessary procedures. Efficacy and risk always compete for equilibrium. Level I evidence has demonstrated a positive efficacy benefit of a concomitant synthetic mid-urethral sling in women with, and without, …

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Long Term Outcome Women Who Undergone Mid-urethral Sling Surgery

Patients who underwent mid-urethral sling surgery in Ankara University Obstetrics and Gynecology Department since 2007 will be included. Primary outcome measure is to describe factors effecting long term success in mid-urethral sling surgery.

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Telephone Intervention to Increase Patient Preparedness and Satisfaction Trial (TIPPS): A Randomized Control Trial

Increased surgical preparedness is linked to improved surgical satisfaction and patient-reported outcomes. Interventions that increase preparedness for surgery are needed. The impact of a provider-initiated preoperative telephone call on surgical preparedness is unknown. The objectives of this study are to compare patient preparedness between women who receive a preoperative provider-initiated …

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Prediction of the Severity of Female SUI by Measuring New Static and Dynamic Ultrasound Parameters of the Urethra

The urinary incontinence is a disorder which affects 25 to 45% of women. Nowadays, the role of urethral tissue in IUD is not explored although well viewed in perineal ultrasound. Our actual knowledge demonstrates that urodynamic ultrasound is reliable to establish the bladder neck mobility. And the posterior urethral wall …

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A 3 Years Naturalistic Cohort Survey of Altis Single Incision Sling System For Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

This project has been launched after the introduction of Altis in Europe. This study is a multicenter prospective, observational (i.e. naturalistic) post-marketing clinical follow-up of women for who stress urinary incontinence was diagnosed and will be treated with Altis Single Incision Sling System. Therefore these patients will be asked to …

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In this clinical trials the sponsor want to assess a self-controlled-energo-neuroadaptative-regulation in patient with urge incontinence and mixted incontinence

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tDCS and Female Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence (UI) is defined as any involuntary loss of urine and can be divided into three types: urgency, stress and mixed. Pelvic floor exercises are considered the main non pharmacological choice for UI treatment. Its mechanisms are not fully understood, however there are some evidence that central mechanisms play …


Platelet-rich Fibrin Versus HIFU in Management of Stress Urinary Incontinence

Aim of the study is to compare effect of High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) and platelet-rich fibrin in management of stress urinary incontinence. It is a randomized prospective study. After assigning to one of the two groups, patients will undergo relevant treatment. First group will undergo 3 cycles of intravaginal …

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The Nolix Feasibility Efficacy and Safety Study

This is an open label, prospective, feasibility study with the Nolix device used in subjects with SUI, serving as their own controls. The objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness (both objective and subjective) and safety of the Nolix device when used for the temporary management of SUI …

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Canadian Experience With Contiform Intravaginal Device For The Treatment Of Stress Incontinence

Patient who will present to the investigator's tertiary urology clinic with the main complaint of stress incontinence will be invited to consider the Contiform device. A total of 50 women will be recruited and followed over 3 months. The evaluation of enrolled women will include a medical history and physical …

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