Urodynamics: What, When and Why?

The videourodynamics (VUDS) lab at Urocenter of New York is widely considered one of the most advanced and innovative in the world.  Dr. Blaivas, one of the originators of urodynamics, has authored two definitive textbooks and has written over 200 book chapters and peer review articles on the subject. Dr. Purohit completed a fellowship with… read more »

Is Permanent Urinary Catheterization Really Permanent?

Urinary catheters are used in three instances: (1) temporarily, for people who cannot urinate following a surgery or for monitoring urinary output; (2) long term for people who cannot urinate well; and (3) for people with terrible incontinence for whom there appears to be no other solution. This article is concerned with the management of… read more »

Intermittent Catheterization; Can it work for you?

If you’ve ever been to a urologist because you can’t urinate, you might have been given an indwelling catheter – a catheter that stays in the bladder and drains into a bag, usually attached to your leg – and been told to wait until the bladder recovers and return in a few days or a… read more »

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