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Urodynamic evaluation of urethral opening area in females with stress incontinence
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Two new parameters using standard urodynamic measures that were recorded during micturition, an area equivalent factor female (AEFf) and urethral total compliance, may have potential in the evaluation and understanding of stress incontinence.
Urodynamic measure of urethral cross‐sectional area: Application for obstructive uropathy
TLDR
A conductance formula was developed based on pressure (P) and flow (Q) data collected from rigid tubes with a cross‐sectional area in the range of the flow controlling zone of the urethra and is in the form of a conductance ratio.
Measurement of total urethral compliance in females with stress incontinence
TLDR
Using retrospective female bladder pressure and urine flow data, two parameters based on a conductance formula derived from fitting a classical fluid dynamic equation to published data of voiding cystourethography have potential in the evaluation and understanding of stress urinary incontinence.
Improved needle biopsy and biopsy device including said needle
Aguja (2) para penetrar en materiales blandos, que comprende un cuerpo de aguja alargado (4) con un ejelongitudinal y un extremo distal agudo (3), teniendo el extremo distal agudo cuatro caras (6a,
Population Studies of Titanium-Bearing Inclusions in AISI 316l using Automated Image Analysis with Scanning Electron Microscopy/Electron Dispersion Spectroscopy (SEM/EDS)
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The present work was performed to evaluate the acceptable upper limit for titanium as a residual element in AISI 316L to produce a high-contrast image based on differences in chemical composition.
Mixing and distribution device curable materials.
Mixing system and distribution (5) for mixing two components and dispensing a mixture, said system comprising: a mixing section (100, 110) defining a mixing chamber (115) having a first end (120) and
Measurement of urethral compliance in females with stress incontinence
TLDR
Using retrospective female bladder pressure and urine flow data, two parameters based on a conductance formula derived from fitting a classical fluid dynamic equation to published data of voiding cystourethography have potential in the evaluation and understanding of stress urinary incontinence.