Pharmacological management of incontinence.


Many patients with incontinence do not need surgery - for these patients symptoms can often be considerably improved by conservative measures, including drugs. Several different pharmacological actions are potentially useful depending on the underlying cause of the incontinence: a) Detrusor instability (DI) responds to drugs reducing bladder contractility… (More)


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@article{Sullivan1999PharmacologicalMO, title={Pharmacological management of incontinence.}, author={James C. Sullivan and Paul G. Abrams}, journal={European urology}, year={1999}, volume={36 Suppl 1}, pages={89-95} }