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Chapter 12 - Urodynamic Terminology

United Kingdom Continence Society: Minimal Standards for Urodynamics, 2018

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 April 2020

Ranee Thakar
Affiliation:
Croydon University Hospital
Philip Toozs-Hobson
Affiliation:
Birmingham Women’s Hospital
Lucia Dolan
Affiliation:
Belfast City Hospital
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The publication ‘United Kingdom Continence Society: Minimum Standards for Urodynamic Studies, 2018’ was commissioned by the UK Continence Society (UKCS), to replace the Joint statement on minimum standards for urodynamic practice in the United Kingdom: Report of the urodynamic training and accreditation steering group (published in April 2009 by the UKCS). The 2009 document has been completely rewritten with the prime aim of providing information, advice and guidance to help with best practice in urodynamic study services. The full version of the 2018 document has been accepted and published in Neurourology and Urodynamics [1]. This work is a shortened version of the document and appears with the permission of NAU under a joint copyright agreement between NAU and UKCS.

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