#164 How was industry represented in the podium presentations of ICS 2009?
Fowler C J1, Arnold T2, Farkas A3, Hagen S3, Palmer M H3, Sievert K D3, Stanford E31. Chairman of ICS Ethics Committee, 2. former Ethics Committee member, 3. Ethics Committee member
#165 Caffeine Intake and Risk of Stress, Urgency, and Mixed Urinary Incontinence
Jura Y1, Townsend M2, Grodstein F31. Massachusetts General Hospital, 2. Harvard School of Public Health, 3. Brigham and Women's Hospital
#166 Pelvic floor muscle training for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse: randomized controlled trial
Stüpp L1, Resende A P M1, Bernardes B T1, Oliveira E1, Castro R A1, Girão M J1, Sartori M G F11. Federal University of São Paulo
#167 Digital muscle testing and vaginal squeeze pressure measurements: can these be interchangeable when assessing pelvic floor muscle function of continent and incontinent primiparous women?
Figueiredo E1, Baracho S1, Triginerlli S1, Silva L2, Souza E2, Silva-Filho A1, Fonseca A1, Monteiro M11. Federal University of Minas Gerais, 2. Sofia Feldman Hospital
#168 Cost-effectiveness of involving nurse specialists for adult patients with urinary incontinence in primary care: an economic evaluation alongside a pragmatic randomized controlled trial based on generic health related quality of life and urinary incontinence specific outcomes
Albers-Heitner P1, Joore M2, Winkens R3, Lagro-Janssen T4, Severens J5, Berghmans B61. Integrated Care Unit, MUMC+ (Maastricht University Medical Centre), Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2. Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Medical Technology Assessment, MUMC+ (Maastricht University Medical Centre), Maastricht, The Netherlands, 3. Integrated Care Unit, Department of General Practice, MUMC+ (Maastricht University Medical Centre), Maastricht, The Netherlands, 4. Department of General Practice, Women Studies Medicine, University Medical Centre St. Radboud, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 5. Department of Health Organisation, Policy, and Economics, MUMC+ (Maastricht University Medical Centre), Maastricht; Institute of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 6. Pelvic care Centre Maastricht (PcCM), MUMC+ (Maastricht University Medical Centre), Maastricht, The Netherlands
#169 Effectiveness of a new evidence-based self-management tool for incontinent older women
Tannenbaum C1, Straus S2, Thorpe K2, Davis D3, Schmaltz H4, Holroyd-Leduc J41. Université de Montréal, 2. University of Toronto, 3. Association of American Medical Colleges, 4. University of Calgary
#170 Genetic Determinants of Stress Urinary Incontinence in Women
Norton P1, Allen-Brady K1, Cannon-Albright L11. University of Utah School of Medicine
#171 Are Depression and Anxiety in Women Associated with Urinary Incontinence and its Subtypes?
Platte R1, Minassian V1, Parekh M1, Poplawsky D11. Geisinger Medical Center
#172 IMPACT OF NOCTURIA ON FRACTURES AND MORTALITY IN OLDER POPULATION: CORRELATES WITH THE NIGHT-TIME FREQUENCY?
Nakagawa H1, Niu K1, Hozawa A1, Kaiho Y1, Ikeda Y1, Imanishi R2, Miyazato M1, Nagatomi R1, Tsuji I1, Arai Y11. Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Niigata University of health and welfare
#173 Gymnastics for urinary incontinence – destroying the myth
Baessler K1, Junginger B11. Pelvic Floor Unit, Charité University Hospital Berlin/Germany
#174 Factors influencing participation research in urogynaecology: comparison of patients from the USA and UK
Gafni-Kane A1, Bakali E2, Botros S1, Tincello D21. Evanston Continence Center, University of Chicago, 2. University of Leiceter
#175 Further properties of the pelvic organ prolapse symptom score: minimally important change and test-retest reliability
Hagen S1, Glazener C2, Cook J2, Herbison P3, Toozs-Hobson P41. NMAHP Research Unit, Glasgow, 2. Health Services Research Unit, Aberdeen, 3. Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago, 4. Birmingham Women's Hospital