|Category||Male Stress Urinary Incontinence (Post Prostatectomy Incontinence)|
|Keywords||post-prostatectomy incontinence pelvic floor muscle training and exercise artificial urinary sphincter|
|Target Audience||Urology, Conservative Management|
|Aims and Objectives|
Urinary incontinence after prostate treatment (IPT) is a clinically significant condition that causes a high degree of patient distress. It is one of the few urologic diseases that is iatrogenic, and, therefore, predictable and perhaps preventable. This workshop will utilize the AUA/SUFU Guideline for Incontinence After Prostate Treatment to guide the clinician using problem based learning through the thought process of evaluation of the patient; risk factors for IPT, which should be discussed with all patients prior to treatment; assessment of the patient prior to intervention; and a stepwise approach to management including pelvic floor muscle training/exercise, medications, and surgery.