Avadel Satellite Symposium - non-CME

Satellite Symposium 3

Avadel Satellite Symposium

NOCTURIA: A NIGHTTIME CONDITION WITH DAYTIME CONSEQUENCES

Agenda

StartEndSubjectSpeaker
17:0017:03Welcome and introduction of programme and facultyRoger R. Dmochowski
17:0317:10"What is Nocturia" - Physiology, prevalence and epidemiologyRoger R. Dmochowski
17:1017:20NOCTIVA™ in Nocturia and nocturnal polyuria (NP): The data, INTUBenjamin M. Brucker
17:2017:25Clinical treatment pathways and algorithmsSusann Varano
17:2517:35CASE STUDY #1: Patient treated for OAD with persistent nocturia/NP symptomsDavid Sussman
17:3517:45CASE STUDY #2: Nocturia/NP PatientDavid Sussman
17:4517:50Question and answer sessionAll
17:5017:53Closing remarksRoger R. Dmochowski

Session Objectives:
• Addressing the prevalence of nocturia, its broad and substantial consequences, and unmet needs associated with limitations on current management approaches
• Reviewing the clinical profile and innovation of NOCTIVATM, the first and only nasal spray indicated for the treatment of nocturia due to NP in adults
• Educating specialists on initiating and maintaining safe and effective use of NOCTIVA
• Discussing appropriate patient assessment and implementation of NOCTIVA into clinical practice through a case study discussion

Roger R. Dmochowski, MD, MMHC, FACS
Professor of Urology,
Director, Pelvic Medicine and Reconstruction Fellowship
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Associate Surgeon in Chief,
Vice Chair, Section of Surgical Sciences, Faculty Affairs, and Professionalism
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Benjamin M. Brucker, MD
Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery
Neurourology and Voiding Dysfunction
Medical Director, 12 East Tisch Hospital
Associate Program Director, Residency Program
Director Neurourology at MS Comprehensive Care Center
Departments of Urology and Obstetrics & Gynecology
NYU Langone Medical Center
New York, New York

David Sussman, DO, FACOS
Clinical Associate Professor,
Department of Surgery
Division of Urology
Section Head, Female Urology and Voiding Dysfunction
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
Chief of Urology, Jefferson New Jersey

Susann Varano, MD
Medical Consultant for Maplewood Assisted Living, Westport, CT
Adjunct Professor, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
Principal Investigator, Clinical Research Consulting, LLC, Milford, CT
Adjunct Professor, Bridgeport University, Bridgeport, CT

Please note this session is not included in main Meeting CME/CPD credit.

The views expressed in this Satellite Symposia are those of the company and speakers and not necessarily those of the International Continence Society.