\nPro: Kari Bo (physiotherapist); Contra: Huub van der Vaart (urogynecologist)
Post radical prostatectomy incontinence: the artificial urinary sphincter is the first treatment option.\nFor Sender Herschorn;\nAgainst: Francisco Cruz
#11 Why women prefer to have urodynamics
Majumdar A1, Toozs-Hobson P11. Birmingham Women's Hospital
#12 WHAT IS THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF URODYNAMICS WHEN COMPARED TO CLINICAL HISTORY?
Barboglio P1, Cohen B1, Gousse A11. Department of Urology University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
#13 A qualitative study of patients’ experience during non-invasive urodynamics
Robson W1, Walia D2, Griffiths C1, Drinnan M1, Rapley T1, Pickard R11. Freeman hospital, 2. Freeman Hospital
#14 Evaluation of non-invasive bladder pressure and urine flow measurement systems for routine clinical use: Assessment of interpreter and test-retest variability
Clarkson B1, Drinnan M1, Caffarel J1, Robson W1, Pickard R1, Griffiths C1, McArdle F11. Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust
#15 Preoperative urodynamics in women with pure stress urinary incontinence: A study following a recent recommendation from NICE
Agur W1, Housami F2, Draycott T1, Drake M11. Southmead Hospital, 2. Bristol Urological Institute
#16 Urethral injection therapy. What is the mechanisme of action?
Klarskov N1, Hulbaek M1, Lose G11. Dept of Gynaecology, Glostrup Hospital
#17 Perineal noise recording related to bladder outlet obstruction?
Idzenga T1, Pel J1, van Mastrigt R11. Sector Furore, Dept. of Urology, ErasmusMC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
#18 A NEW NOMOGRAM FOR THE PENILE CUFF STUDY
Drinnan M1, Clarkson B1, Robson W1, Harding C1, Caffarel J1, Pickard R1, Griffiths C11. Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust