Published in Physician Law Weekly, April 7th, 2004
The portable device provides objective measures of urethra and bladder function to help physicians diagnose and differentiate stress, urge, or mixed forms of incontinence.
The GYNECARE MONITORR device features a new type of urethral pressure measurement for stress incontinence called urethral retroresistance pressure (URP). Results of an international, multicenter investigation published in the February 2004 issue of the Journal of Neurourology and Urodynamics substantiate the clinical utility of URP...
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