A predictive score index for the outcome of associated biofeedback and vaginal electrical stimulation in the treatment of female incontinence.

@article{Susset1995APS,
  title={A predictive score index for the outcome of associated biofeedback and vaginal electrical stimulation in the treatment of female incontinence.},
  author={Jacques G. Susset and Giuseppe Galea and Kevin Manbeck and A Susset},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={1995},
  volume={153 5},
  pages={
          1461-6
        }
}
A group of 64 women with stress incontinence alone (20), urgency incontinence (7) and mixed incontinence (37) were treated during 12 sessions, each 20 minutes long, during 6 weeks with combined alternating biofeedback and intravaginal electrical stimulation. Of the patients 21 had a complete recovery, 20 recovered sufficiently to avoid other forms of treatment and 23 failed to respond to the treatment. Thus, the overall success rate for this treatment was 64%. Various physiological parameters… CONTINUE READING
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