Do posture and straining influence urinary-flow parameters in normal women?

@article{Devreese2000DoPA,
  title={Do posture and straining influence urinary-flow parameters in normal women?},
  author={Annemie Devreese and Godelieve E Nuyens and Filip Ferdinand Staes and Raoul Vereecken and Willy de Weerdt and Karel H. Stappaerts},
  journal={Neurourology and urodynamics},
  year={2000},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={3-8}
}
The influence of posture of the pelvis and straining on urinary flow was investigated in 21 normal women, mainly physiotherapists, who were asked to urinate on an uro-flow chair at their usual time and frequency. Subjects were at random instructed to urinate in five different test situations: anteversion, anteversion with straining, retroversion, retroversion with straining, and forward bending without straining. The urinary-flow parameters investigated were volume, peak flow, time to peak… CONTINUE READING

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