Chapter 1: The management of erectile dysfunction: an AUA update.

@article{Montague2005Chapter1T,
  title={Chapter 1: The management of erectile dysfunction: an AUA update.},
  author={Drogo K. Montague and Jonathan P. Jarow and Gregory Broderick and Roger R Dmochowski and Jeremy P. W. Heaton and Tom F Lue and Aaron J. Milbank and Ajay X Nehra and Ira D. Sharlip},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={2005},
  volume={174 1},
  pages={
          230-9
        }
}
approach to develop a guideline for the ED treatment modalities that had become available in the United States after publication of the 1996 Report. Guideline statements from the 1996 Report on previously available therapeutic modalities were either revised or brought forward unchanged depending on the existing evidence. All guideline statements were graded according to the degree of flexibility in clinical application: standard, recommendation, or option, with standard being the least flexible… 

British Society for Sexual Medicine guidelines on the management of erectile dysfunction.

TLDR
A comprehensive evidence-based guideline has been developed that is highly relevant for primary and secondary care professionals enabling them to work within the unique requirements of the UK healthcare system.

Current Diagnosis and Management of Erectile Dysfunction

TLDR
Treatment can be initiated using appropriate medical therapies, including phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors, and transurethral or intracavernosal therapies, with surgical intervention via revascularization or penile prosthesis placement in men demonstrating a lack of response to medical therapy.

External Mechanical Devices and Vascular Surgery for Erectile Dysfunction.

Postoperative Management: Erectile Function

TLDR
Improved understanding of surgical anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and biomedical technology has expanded the available options for treating ED, which currently include oral pills, externally applied penile devices, penile injections and suppositories, and penile prosthetic surgery.

SOP Conservative ( Medical and Mechanical ) Treatment of

TLDR
An updated overview on currently used and available conservative treatment options for erectile dysfunction with a special focus on their efficacy, tolerability, safety, merits, and limitations including the role of combination therapies for monotherapy failures is provided.

SOP conservative (medical and mechanical) treatment of erectile dysfunction.

TLDR
An updated overview on currently used and available conservative treatment options for ED with a special focus on their efficacy, tolerability, safety, merits, and limitations including the role of combination therapies for monotherapy failures is provided.

Surgical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction.

TLDR
Penile prosthetics is the only surgical therapy option maintaining its significance as a cure for erectile dysfunction and there are convincing long-term results with a high degree of patient and partner satisfaction, high patient acceptance, and a good functional durability of the mostly three-piece inflatable devices.

Standard operating procedures for vascular surgery in erectile dysfunction: revascularization and venous procedures.

TLDR
SOPs for penile revascularization procedures can be developed, concerning a highly selected patient group with isolated arterial stenoses and based on the available data it is not yet possible to define SOPsfor surgical treatment of corporal veno-occlusive dysfunction.
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 52 REFERENCES

Sildenafil for male erectile dysfunction: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

TLDR
Treatment response seems to vary between patient subgroups, although sildenafil has greater efficacy than placebo in all evaluated subgroups and was not significantly associated with serious cardiovascular events or death.

Oral pharmacotherapy and the contemporary evaluation and management of erectile dysfunction.

TLDR
The diagnostic approach to the ED patient and the mechanisms of PDE-5 inhibition are reviewed and data from trials of PE-5 inhibitors and the erectogenic dopaminergic agonist apomorphine are discussed.

Trazodone for erectile dysfunction: a systematic review and meta‐analysis

TLDR
It is suggested that trazodone may be helpful in men with this condition, possibly at higher doses and in menWith psychogenic erectile dysfunction.

Disappointing initial results with transurethral alprostadil for erectile dysfunction in a urology practice setting.

TLDR
The response to intraurethral alprostadil administration using the Medicated Urethral System for Erection in unselect men with a history of erectile dysfunction is evaluated and the effects on blood pressure during in office monitoring are determined and safety of this form of treatment is assessed.

The International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF): a state-of-the-science review

TLDR
This review summarizes early stages in the psychometric validation of the IIEF, its subsequent adoption in randomized clinical trials with sildenafil and other ED therapies, and its use in classifying ED severity and prevalence.

Erectile dysfunction in the cardiac patient: how common and should we treat?

TLDR
ED is extremely common in men with chronic coronary artery disease (affecting approximately 75%) yet most cardiologists do not ask about it, and there is mixed information on whether treating the risk factors will treat the ED.

Sildenafil citrate for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men with Type II diabetes mellitus

TLDR
Sildenafil was well-tolerated and effective in improving erectile dysfunction in men with Type II diabetes, even in patients with poor glycaemic control and chronic complications.
...