Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 14th, 2004
"The values for 'mild', 'moderate', and 'severe' urinary incontinence have not been determined for the 24-hour pad test. To define these values, a prospective observational study was performed on 110 women with the primary symptom of urinary incontinence," said R. O'Sullivan and colleagues, St. George Hospital, Kogarah, New South Wales.
"Consenting women performed two 1-hour pad tests 1 week apart, and seven 24-hour pad tests for 7 consecutive days. The 1-hour pad test definitions for mild, moderate, and severe were translated to...
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