We are excited to announce that ICS publications are in the top 10% most downloaded papers in our journal, Neurourology and Urodynamics!
Within the top 10 downloads are the ICS Fundamentals documents. These are our must read, short and practical documents! They are also open access, so anyone can access these on the Neurourology and Urodynamics journal website. The full list of top downloaded ICS publications are listed below.
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If you are interested in learning more about journal submission and how to increase your changes of submission success. Then watch our video on ‘how to improve your chances of successful journal submission’ where ICS Editor Roger Dmochowski and previous Editor Chris Chapple, provide an insight in the Neurourology & Urodynamics Journal (NAU) submission and editorial process.
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|Article Title||Publication Year||Article DOI||Ranking|
|How to use the Pelvic Organ Prolapse Quantification (POP‐Q) system?||2018||10.1002/nau.23740||Number 1|
|Fundamentals of urodynamic practice, based on International Continence Society good urodynamic practices recommendations||2018||10.1002/nau.23773||Number 2|
|Fundamentals of terminology in lower urinary tract function||2018||10.1002/nau.23768||Number 7|
|The International Continence Society (ICS) report on the terminology for adult male lower urinary tract and pelvic floor symptoms and dysfunction||2018||10.1002/nau.23897||Number 8|
|The fundamentals of uroflowmetry practice, based on International Continence Society good urodynamic practices recommendations||2018||10.1002/nau.23777||Number 10|
|The fundamentals of chronic pelvic pain assessment, based on international continence society recommendations||2018||10.1002/nau.23776||Number 13|
|6th International Consultation on Incontinence. Recommendations of the International Scientific Committee: evaluation and treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and faecal incontinence||2018||10.1002/nau.23551||Number 17|
|International Continence Society best practice statement for use of sacral neuromodulation||2018||10.1002/nau.23515||Number 18|
|Vesomni improves the quality of life in men with lower urinary tract symptoms in routine clinical practice in Europe||2019||10.1002/nau.23944||Number 19|
|Neurological lower urinary tract dysfunction essential terminology||2018||10.1002/nau.23758||Number 23|
|The effect of high impact crossfit exercises on stress urinary incontinence in physically active women||2019||10.1002/nau.23912||Number 24|
|Basic concepts in nocturia, based on international continence society standards in nocturnal lower urinary tract function||2018||10.1002/nau.23781||Number 29|
|International Continence Society (ICS) report on the terminology for nocturia and nocturnal lower urinary tract function||2019||10.1002/nau.23917||Number 30|
|The clinical role of LASER for vulvar and vaginal treatments in gynecology and female urology: An ICS/ISSVD best practice consensus document||2019||10.1002/nau.23931||Number 34|
|An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA)/International Continence Society (ICS) joint report on the terminology for the assessment of sexual health of women with pelvic floor dysfunction||2018||10.1002/nau.23508||Number 59|
|Terminology report from the International Continence Society (ICS) Working Group on Underactive Bladder (UAB)||2018||10.1002/nau.23701||Number 62|