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TREatment of Uretral STRICTure With Self-catheterization : Tolerance Evaluation

Urethral stenosis has a recurrent character. The clean intermittent self-catheterization can be proposed for repeat stenosis. This study seeks to explore the tolerance of clean intermittent self-catheterization in the evolution of urethral stenosis after urethrotomy.


CLINICAL STUDY EVALUATING THE SAFETY OF A NEW CATHETER FOR URINARY INTERMITTENT CATHETERIZATION IN SELF CATHETERIZED PATIENTS

The clinical study evaluates the safety of a new catheter for Urinary Intermittent Catheterisation in self catheterized patients

What Are the Criteria for the Patient's Choice of Sel-catheterization Catheter

The aim of this study is to evaluate which are the most important criteria guiding the choice of the catheter for the patient to perform clean intermittent self catheterization.


Evaluation of a New Catheter Coating Process for Urinary Catheters Used for Intermittent Catheterization.

This is a prospective, double-blinded, randomized, multi-centre, cross-over study. All subjects will use both the study device (test catheter) and the comparator (control catheter) for one week each.

Determinants, Impact and Adherence Related to the Duration of Performing Self Catheterization on Patient Satisfaction and Quality of Life

Clean Intermittent Self-Catheterization (CISC) is a procedure of regularly emptying the bladder by introducing a single-use urinary catheter through the urethra. CISC are indicated in several situations in patients with neurological pathologies but also with urological or functional disorders. The announcement of the indication of CISC is often difficult and the acceptance of this therapy remains complicated, due to the invasive side, the dependence on a material and the ...

Study of Obstetric Foley Techniques

Urinary catheterization is a common practice during labor following placement of an epidural for pain control, as this form of anesthesia is known to inhibit normal bladder emptying. There is insufficient evidence to guide clinicians in selection of an indwelling catheter versus intermittent straight catheterization during the course of labor. The goal of this study is to compare two clinically-relevant bladder drainage techniques. This is a randomized controlled trial with a ...

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Efficacy of Clean Intermittent Catheterization in MS Patients With Bladder Dysfunction

The aims of this prospective, randomized study are: - To assess the effect of clean intermittent catheterization - To investigate if MS patients will have symptom reduction (urgency, frequency, nocturia and incontinence) when using CIC in combination with anticholinergic drugs - To identify at what volume of PVR urine, starting CIC improves bladder control and QoL - To increase the evidence of CIC, and support clinical guidelines of bladder management ...

Evaluation of Residual Urine After Intermittent Catheterisation

Intermittent catheterization is a well-known method used for emptying the bladder. The objective of this study is to compare the residual urine after intermittent catheterisation with 2 different, hydrophilic coated, intermittent catheters. The study is a randomized, single blinded, crossover study including 24 healthy males.

Non-invasive Nerve Stimulation for Inhibition of Bladder Incontinence in Spinal Cord Injured Subjects.

Investigators will test S2-S4 dermatome stimulation with SCI individuals using intermittent catheterization to estimate the clinical impact on bladder capacity and continence. For individuals with SCI using intermittent catheterization, investigators hypothesize that dermatome stimulation will decrease bladder spasm frequency and intensity, and reduce bladder incontinence chronically. The goal of this study is to provide objective evidence for the assertion that dermatome stimu...

Efficacy And Safety Of The Uro-Ease® Urinary Catheter During Clean Intermittent Catheterization

To evaluate the ease of use and comfort of a new urinary catheter, the Uro-Ease, as used in the Clean Intermittent Catheterization (CIC)process.

Sterile Single-use vs Reused Polyvinylchloride Catheter For Intermittent Catheterization In Neurogenic Bladder

The objective of the study is to determine whether single-use polyvinylchloride (PVC) catheters reduce urinary tract infections (UTI) compared to reused PVC catheters for patients with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida that require intermittent catheterization for bladder emptying. The investigators conducted a randomized parallel clinical trial with an 8-week follow-up comparing single-use and reused (washed with soap and water, and stored in a container with benzalkonium...

Effectivity and Safety Study of Trans-artificial-urethral Resection of Female Urethral Caruncle

To explore the minimally invasive and exhaustive treatment of female urethral canruncle by using trans-artificial-urethral resection of the canruncle. The investigators plant to recruit patients using this surgical method and study the effectivity of this method.

Role of Uttarbasti in the Management of Mutra Marga Sankoch (Urethral Stricture)

Uttarbasti is per urethral administration of medicated oil which has been recommended by Sushrut for urinary track disorders. As far as conventional surgery is concerned urethral stricture still remains a challenge due to post procedural high recurrences and complications Uttarbasti being almost non invasive, with minimum recurrences and most economical, easy to practice OPD procedure, can be the treatment of choice in the management of urethral stricture.

Safety and Feasibility Study of Autologous Engineered Urethral Constructs for the Treatment of Strictures

This is a Phase I clinical study to determine the safety and efficacy of using autologous, engineered urethral constructs for the treatment of urethral strictures in adult males. The proposed study design is a prospective non-randomized and uncontrolled single-center investigation. Autologous urothelial cells (UCs) and smooth muscle cells (SMCs), obtained from enrolled male subjects' bladder tissue samples, will be culture expanded in vitro and used to seed tubular PGA scaffol...

Risks and Benefits of Urinary Catheter in Elective Cesarean Section

This study aims to compare the routine use versus non-use of urethral catheterization in women undergoing first elective cesarean section as regard to intraoperative and postoperative complications

Memokath® 044TW Stent for Treatment of Urethral Stricture

The purpose of this study is to evaluate if the placement of a temporary urethral stent for up to 12 months, following dilation or internal urethrotomy (cutting open), results in a higher rate of urethral patency during the first year of follow-up when compared to the control group that does not receive a stent.

Patient Satisfaction Regarding Timing of Clean Intermittent Self-Catheterization Teaching After Prolapse or Incontinence Surgery

To compare patient satisfaction and anxiety scores between female subjects undergoing urinary incontinence and/or pelvic reconstructive surgery who are instructed preoperatively in the technique of clean intermittent self-catheterization (CISC) by means of an instructional video and those who do not receive specific preoperative instruction in CISC, other than basic informed consent regarding risks of postoperative urinary retention.

Rocamed Urethral Device (RUD) and Urinary Retention in Males

Prospective non randomized study of the feasibility of the insertion of Rocamed urethral device by hand manipulation, i.e., without use of cystoscopy, sonography or fluoroscopy. Patients with an acute urinary retention treated by Foley catheterization in the Emergency department have a few days later a trial of Foley removal in the ambulatory unit of the Urology department. In case of failure of the Foley removal trial, i.e., recurrence of urinary retention, patients will be pr...

Re-Establishing Flow Via Drug Coated Balloon for the Treatment of Urethral Stricture Disease - Registry Study

The ROBUST IV study is designed to collect and better understand "real-world" outcomes for men undergoing urethral dilation using the Optilume Drug Coated Balloon (DCB) for treatment of urethral stricture.

Patient Reported Outcomes for Bladder Management Strategies in Spinal Cord Injury

The investigators goal is to create a better understanding of patient reported outcomes for three bladder management strategies (clean intermittent catheterization (CIC), indwelling catheter (IDC), and bladder surgery.

Effect of Urethral Analgesia on Voiding

The purpose of this study is to evaluate how urethral analgesia impacts voiding efficiency in healthy women. The investigator hypothesizes that anesthetizing the urethral with lidocaine gel will decrease voiding efficiency as measured by standard bladder testing (urodynamic testing).

Contribution of Urethral Sensory Feedback in Voiding Efficiency

The purpose of this study is to evaluate how urethral anesthesia impacts voiding efficiency in healthy women. The investigator hypothesizes that anesthetizing the urethral with lidocaine gel will decrease voiding efficiency as measured by standard bladder testing (urodynamic testing).

Botulinum Toxin A Injections in Patients With Fowler's Syndrome

Hypothesis / aims of study Urinary retention is uncommon in young women, and one cause is a primary disorder of urethral sphincter relaxation, characterised by an elevated urethral pressure profile and specific findings in the urethral sphincter EMG (Fowler's Syndrome). Women may present with symptoms of obstructed voiding or complete urinary retention. Clean intermittent self-catheterisation is often painful to perform and currently, the only treatment to show benefit...

A Randomized Control Trial Comparing Single vs. Multiple Application of Lidocaine Analgesia Prior to Urethral Catheterization Procedures

The purpose of this study is to determine if a single application of Lidocaine gel topical anesthesia is as effective in decreasing the discomfort associated with urinary catheterization as two applications, within our pediatric population. Currently, two applications is our standard of care within our pediatric Radiology Department. Urinary catheterization is the process of placing a flexible tube into the urinary opening (urethra), to drain urine or instill radiographic solut...

Voiding Efficiency, a Predictor of Clean Intermittent Catheterization (CIC)

This study is a retrospective chart review of patients treated with onabotulinumtoxinA (BOTOX®) for idiopathic overactive bladder (OAB) and will determine voiding efficiency (VE) cutoff ratios that predict post-procedure urinary retention requiring catheterization.


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