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Prof Bassem S Wadie
Urology and Nephrology Center

ICS 2018

Podium Short Oral Session 27 Basic Science: Stress Urinary Incontinence and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia 489 The use of autologous skeletal muscle derived stem cells in the treatment of induced stress urinary incontinence, an experimental study

Open Discussion ePoster Session 28 Open Discussion ePosters 566 The efficacy of BT/ PFMT in elderly women with any urinary incontinence refraining from surgery, a prospective study

ICS 2017

Open Discussion ePoster Session 35 Open Discussion ePosters 3 607 The use of bulbourethral sling in men with post-traumatic incontinence, single center experience

Non Discussion Abstract Session 41 Non Discussion Abstracts 959 The study of autologous skeletal muscle- derived cells in the treatment of incontinence in rabbits

ICS 2016

Open Discussion ePoster Session 7 Open Discussion ePosters 101 Urinary incontinence after anastmotic urethroplasty in adult males and potential treatment

Open Discussion ePoster Session 19 Open Discussion ePosters 329 Combined MUS and anterior colporrhaphy vs. MUS alone in the treatment of SUI, randomized controlled trial

Non Discussion Abstract Session 32 Non Discussion Abstracts 754 Eight year median follow up of Mid-urethral slings, single center experience

ICS 2015

Non Discussion Abstract Session 39 Non Discussion Abstracts 558 Combined MUS and anterior colporrhaphy vs. MUS alone in the treatment of SUI with low grade anterior POP, a randomized controlled trial

Non Discussion Abstract Session 39 Non Discussion Abstracts 584 The efficacy of BT/ PFMT in elderly women with incontinence, a prospective controlled study

Non Discussion Abstract Session 39 Non Discussion Abstracts 592 The prevalence of post-micturition dribbling (PMD) in young men. A study from a tertiary care centre

ICS 2008

Non Discussion Video Session 18 Video 143 Genitourinary mobilization with vesicovaginal fistula repair

ICS 2007

Non Discussion Abstract Session 19 Read By Title 432 Bladder function in children with posterior urethral valve, multicenter study

Non Discussion Abstract Session 19 Read By Title 491 Reconstruction of female urethra, experience with a complex pathology

Non Discussion Abstract Session 19 Read By Title 546 Does urethral pressure measurement correlate to the outcome of incontinence surgery?

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Bassem Wadie

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Bassem S Wadie, MB, BCh, MSc, MD https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bassem_Wadie Education Feb 1997 – May 2001 Urology and Nephrology Center MD, Urology Al Mansurah, Egypt May 1992 – May 1996 Urology and Nephrology Center MSc, urology, Urology Al Mansourah, Egypt Oct 1984 – Nov 1990 Mansoura University MB, BCh, Medicine Al Mansourah, Egypt Thesis Research Experience Oct 2011 – present Professor of urology Urology and Nephrology Center, Urology Al Mansourah, Egypt Overseeing the Female urology, Voiding dysfunction and reconstruction unit of the hospital and supervising research in female urology and voiding dysfunction. Training of residents in these fields as well as research fellows and expatriate trainees

2004- present: Consultant to the UITN of the NIDDK/ NIH January 2009 – December 2013: Member of the Editorial board, The Journal of Urology ® Statistics RG Score 37.58 Publications 75 Total Impact Points 276.35 Reads 2,387 Citations 412 Awards & Grants June 2015 Mansoura Medical Prize in Urology and Nephrology May 2004 Grant: Prinicpal investigator, Astellas Europe Apr 2004 Grant: Karl Storz company Oct 2002 Award: Best Doctoral thesis, Egyptian Urological Association Oct 2000 Award: First Prize essay, Egyptian urological Association Jul 1998 Scholarship: Post graduate fellowship in urodynamics and treatment of incontinence, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA Oct 1996 Scholarship: Postgraduate fellowship in urodynamics, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Prof Bassem S Wadie declared on the Friday 2nd September 2016 that they had the following existing or known future financial relationships or affiliations:

Astellas

  • Fellowship, travel grants
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