GP Pocket Guide to overactive bladder

This 12-page pocket guide, written and reviewed by a team of experts, investigates the problem of overactive bladder and what can be done to treat it.

Contents include:

  • Information
  • What is an overactive bladder (OAB)?
  • What is the impact of OAB?
  • How do you diagnose OAB?
  • Differential diagnosis/secondary causes
  • Investigations
  • Aims of treatment
  • Lifestyle changes and behavioural therapy
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Complementary therapy
  • New developments
  • Surgical management
  • Resources
  • References

Contributors to this pocket guide include:

  • Natalia Price, subspecialist trainee in urogynaecology, The Women's Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford;
  • Simon Jackson, consultant gynaecologist, The Women's Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford;
  • Sally Hope, GP and honorary research fellow in women's health, Department of Primary Health Care, University of Oxford;
  • Michael Kirby, GP and visiting professor, Faculty of Health & Human Services, University of Hertfordshire;
  • Adrian Wagg, consultant geriatrician, University College Hospital, London.

Click here to request a copy of this Pocket Guide to overactive bladder.

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