|Keywords||Surgery Neuromodulation Botulinum Toxin|
|Target Audience||Paediatrician, Paediatric Surgeon, Paediatric Urologist, Nurse, Physiotherapist, Surgeons, Urologists.|
|Aims and Objectives|
Spina bifida, bladder exstrophy/epispadia, posterior urethral valves are managed immediately after the birth with a surgical procedure, but all these patients require lifelong urological care for the treatment of continence.
The aim of this workshop is to focus some critical aspects to define in transitional continence care correct management in childhood to avoid procedure that impair adult life, how to manage the mature pediatric urology patients. The objective of this Committee workshop is to critically define a best practice treatment in young patients using: CIC, botulinum toxin, neuromodulation, augmentation, stoma, artificial sphincter.