Managing female urinary incontinence: a regional prospective analysis of cost-utility ratios (curs) and effectiveness.

INTRODUCTION To evaluate the cost-utility of incontinence treatments, particularly anticholinergic therapy, by examining costs and quality-adjusted life years. MATERIALS AND METHODS A prospective cohort study of women who were consecutively referred by general practitioners (GPs) to the Urology Department because of urinary incontinence. The primary… CONTINUE READING