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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 (162) clinical trials

ELECtric Tibial Nerve Stimulation to Reduce Incontinence in Care Homes

Urinary incontinence is a distressing and embarrassing condition that occurs in around 70% older people who live in nursing or residential care homes. It is common in those who have dementia as well as those with other medical conditions. Urinary incontinence has a major impact on an older person's dignity ...

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The Effects of Sacral Neuromodulation for Urinary Urgency Frequency and Urge Incontinence

Urinary urgency, frequency, and urge incontinence are very common symptoms, affecting up to one in three adults in the United States. The total economic cost of these disorders was estimated to be above $12 billion in the year 2000, with the vast majority being for women. Sacral neuromodulation (SNM) has ...

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Neuromuscular Re-eduaction Exercise and Electric Dry Needling vs. Neuromuscular Re-education and Exercise for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Patients with stress urinary incontinence will be randomized to receive 2 treatment sessions per week for up to 6 weeks (8-12 sessions total) of either: (1) neuromuscular re-education, impairment-based exercise and electric dry needling (2) neuromuscular re-education and impairment-based exercise

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The Effect of Selecting Treatment With Desmopressin or Alarm to Children With Enuresis Based on Home Recordings.

This is a randomized, controlled study. This study will be performed at Aarhus University Hospital (Denmark), Ghent University Hospital (Belgium) and Hospital of Zhengzhou University (China) following the same protocol. According to the initial randomization, children will be allocated to treatment without (group A) or with (group B) prior clinical ...


Prospective Registry for Patients Undergoing Surgery for Male Stress Urinary Incontinence

STATISTICS Number of Participants: Investigators anticipate to recruit patients from at least 20 European Centers and prospectively collect data from 400 - 500 patients per year. Statistical analysis will be performed on the total number of participants. Based on the available literature, we anticipate an average cure rate of 50% ...

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The European Study of Altis Single Incision Sling System for Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

This is a prospective, post-market, single arm, multicenter study comparing Baseline data to the 12 month and 36 month data in 136 female patients with Stress Urinary Incontinence

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Group Versus Individual Physiotherapy for Urinary Incontinence in Aging Women

The incidence of urinary incontinence (UI) in women increases with age but, unbeknownst to many, it is not a normal part of aging and, in most cases, can be effectively treated. Yet today, the majority of senior women go untreated due to a lack of both human and financial resources. ...

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Mixed Urinary Incontinence Symptoms Before and After Treatment With Botox and Bulkamid

This study compares mixed urinary incontinence symptoms before and after a combined treatment with Botox and Bulkamid. Eligible for the study are adult females with a mixed urinary incontinence, having both urgency urinary symptoms and stress urinary symptoms.

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Mebeverine For Daytime And Nocturnal Incontinence and After Orthotopic W-Ileal Neobladders

In appropriately selected patients an orthotopic neobladder (ONB) permits the elimination of an external stoma and preservation of body image without compromising cancer control after radical cystectomy. Voiding dysfunction (VD) following ONB can be divided into failure to empty bladder or failure to store urine. Failure to empty bladder by ...


Managing Urinary Incontinence in Elderly Village Women in Rural Bangladesh

This is a cluster randomized trial in which all women aged 60-75 years reporting symptoms of urinary incontinence are randomly assigned, by village of residence, to either exercise plus education of to education alone.

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