Can Oral Fesoterodine Be an Alternative for Intravesical Oxybutynin Instillations in Children with Neuropathic Bladder Dysfunction?

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Summary of "Can Oral Fesoterodine Be an Alternative for Intravesical Oxybutynin Instillations in Children with Neuropathic Bladder Dysfunction?"

A low-pressure bladder in children with neuropathic bladder dysfunction can be achieved using anticholinergic medication. Due to the significant side effects of oral oxybutynin, our patients are treated with daily intravesical oxybutynin instillations. Newer oral anticholinergic medication, such as fesoterodine, claim to have fewer side effects in a once daily formulation. Because once-daily oral intake is easier than performing twice-daily intravesical instillations, we studied the effects of switching from intravesical oxybutynin to oral fesoterodine and compared the clinical response, urodynamic parameters and side effects.


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Name: Urologia internationalis
ISSN: 1423-0399
Pages: 1-9


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