To provide the basic knowledge and principles of urodynamics.
- Outline the basic principles of urodynamics.
- Identify how to set up and use the equipment.
- Discuss flow studies and urodynamic studies.
- Discuss paediatric and neurological cases.
- Outline ambulatory monitoring.
- Outline the interpretation of traces
- Discuss misinterpretation and artefacts of urodynamic traces
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At the end of the course delegates should be able to:
- Be able to understand the utility and deployment of non-invasive techniques and tools to generate meaningful data in lower urinary tract function and dysfunction.
- Be able to understand the basic principles underlying filling cystometry, together with indications for such testing and clinical interpretation/application.
- Be more aware of specialized invasive techniques, their indication, deployment, interpretation and clinical application.
- Have accessed a variety of clinical scenarios where the importance and extent of urodynamic investigation are explored in practical detail.