First paediatric experience of a new device for “non-endoscopic” periurethral injection in urinary incontinence

@article{Capozza2005FirstPE,
  title={First paediatric experience of a new device for “non-endoscopic” periurethral injection in urinary incontinence},
  author={Nicola Capozza and M. De Dominicis and Giuseppe Collura and Paolo Caione},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2005},
  volume={21},
  pages={770-772}
}
The results of endoscopic treatment for urinary incontinence (ETUI) depend on the condition of the urethral mucosa and on the length of the urethra. ETUI is quite difficult to perform in female patients, and, in general, in cases of scarred urethral mucosa. A new device (Zuidex, Q-Med, Uppsala, Sweden) has recently been designed for the “non-endoscopic” treatment of urinary stress incontinence in women. Three paediatric cases are described hereunder. Three patients were treated using Zuidex… CONTINUE READING
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