International Continence Society guidelines on urodynamic equipment performance.

@article{Gammie2014InternationalCS,
  title={International Continence Society guidelines on urodynamic equipment performance.},
  author={Andrew Gammie and Becky Clarkson and Chris Constantinou and Margot S. Damaser and Michael Drinnan and Geert Geleijnse and Derek J. Griffiths and Peter Rosier and Werner Schaefer and Ron van Mastrigt},
  journal={Neurourology and urodynamics},
  year={2014},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={
          370-9
        }
}
These guidelines provide benchmarks for the performance of urodynamic equipment, and have been developed by the International Continence Society to assist purchasing decisions, design requirements, and performance checks. The guidelines suggest ranges of specification for uroflowmetry, volume, pressure, and EMG measurement, along with recommendations for user interfaces and performance tests. Factors affecting measurement relating to the different technologies used are also described. Summary… CONTINUE READING
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