Urodynamics Testing Video - Performed in OBGYN office


urodynamics is a functional study of a

lower urinary tract that evaluates the

effectiveness of the urethra in your

bladder to store and evacuate uranium

urodynamic testing represents several

different tests which evaluate a number

of physiologic parameters of a urethra

bladder and pelvic floor muscle while

attempting to reproduce the patient's

lower urinary tract symptoms the

urodynamic specialist will prepare the

patient for their study by explaining

the procedure obtaining a genitourinary

history as well as other pertinent

historical information and conducting an

appropriate pelvic health symptom

questionnaire the year dynamic study

begins with a complex year of lammeter a

voiding study this is a non-invasive

wound instrument avoiding study that

evaluates the characteristics of bladder

emptying the patient is asked to arrive

for testing with a comfortably full

bladder and as a struct and avoid onto a

flow meter the flow meter records the

forged volume over time and generates a

flow curve flow rates and times along

with the pattern of flow can all be

interpreted from this curve upon

completion of this test the urodynamic

specialist will perform 3 in series

rural Street catheterization to measure

the post-void residual volume she will

then place a dual sensor in her charge

catheter through their urethra into the

bladder to measure vesicle and irritable

pressures in addition he'll place a

single sensor air charge catheter into

the vagina or rectum depending on the

presence or absence of pelvic organ

prolapse to assess abdominal pressure

that GMG electrodes are also placed

perianal need to assess gross pelvic

floor muscle activity if a patient

presents with pelvic organ prolapse the

urodynamics specialist will reduce the

prolapse with cotton swabs in order to

evaluate the effect of the prolapse on

the patient's continence mechanism

next the urodynamic specialist will

begin filling system 'try this is a

bladder filling phase test which

evaluates the urethra and bladders

ability to store urine during filling

sasame tree bladder sensation capacity

in compliance or assess the trees ER

pressure is observed for evidence of

detrusor / activity with or without

urinary incontinence in addition the

evaluation of urethra resistance and

provocation of urinary stress

incontinence or the diagnosis of

urodynamic stress incontinence are

performed vesicle pressure urethral

pressure and abdominal pressure are

measured detrusor pressure is calculated

by subtracting abdominal pressure from

vesicle pressure and the urethral

closure pressure is calculated by

subtracting vesicle pressure from

urethral pressure electromyography is

recorded through filling sasame tree to

evaluate the pelvic core muscle

responses associated with bladder

filling and physical activity such as

with coffee as the bladder is filled the

patient is asked to report specific

sensations including the desire to void

in any pain symptoms activities such as

coughing straining the changing position

are performed by the patient in an

attempt to provoke aerodynamic stress

incontinence and detrusor activity

though its component of the bhn

urodynamic study is voiding Sistema

treat which is also referred to as a

pressure flow mech duration study his

voiding studies performed with the

pressure catheters use during villainous

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after forming a voiding study with the

pressure catheters place the integrity

of the boiling mechanism with assessment

for the presence of a diffuser

contraction in or patience training can

be evaluated in addition to the

parameters measured during complex uro

flama tree a number of pressure

measurements as well as a pelvic floor

muscle electromyography report evaluated