Surgical management of functional bladder outlet obstruction in adults with neurogenic bladder dysfunction

  • Protocol
  • Intervention

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Abstract

This is the protocol for a review and there is no abstract. The objectives are as follows:

To determine the effects of surgical management for urinary incontinence related to functional bladder outlet obstruction in patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction. The following comparisons will be made:

  1. Sphincterotomy

    1. Sphincterotomy versus no intervention;

    2. Sphincterotomy versus other non-surgical therapy;

    3. Sphincterotomy versus other surgical therapy.

  2. Implantable urethral stents

    1. Implantable urethral stents versus no intervention;

    2. Implantable urethral stents versus other non-surgical therapy;

    3. Implantable urethral stents versus other surgical therapy.

  3. Urethral balloon dilatation

    1. Urethral balloon dilatation versus no intervention;

    2. Urethral balloon dilatation versus other non-surgical therapy;

    3. Urethral balloon dilatation versus other surgical therapy.

  4. Intra-urethral Botulinum toxin injection

    1. Intra-urethral Botulinum toxin injection versus no intervention;

    2. Intra-urethral Botulinum toxin injection versus other non-surgical therapy;

    3. Intra-urethral Botulinum toxin injection versus other surgical therapy.

  5. Intrathecal baclofen

    1. Intrathecal baclofen versus no intervention;

    2. Intrathecal baclofen versus other non-surgical therapy;

    3. Intrathecal baclofen versus other surgical therapy.

  6. Pudendal nerve block

    1. Pudendal nerve block versus no intervention;

    2. Pudendal nerve block versus other non-surgical therapy;

    3. Pudendal nerve block versus other surgical therapy.

  7. Suprapubic catheterization

    1. Suprapubic catheterization versus no intervention;

    2. Suprapubic catheterization versus other non-surgical therapy;

    3. Suprapubic catheterization versus other surgical therapy.

  1. Sphincterotomy versus no intervention;

  2. Sphincterotomy versus other non-surgical therapy;

  3. Sphincterotomy versus other surgical therapy.

  1. Implantable urethral stents versus no intervention;

  2. Implantable urethral stents versus other non-surgical therapy;

  3. Implantable urethral stents versus other surgical therapy.

  1. Urethral balloon dilatation versus no intervention;

  2. Urethral balloon dilatation versus other non-surgical therapy;

  3. Urethral balloon dilatation versus other surgical therapy.

  1. Intra-urethral Botulinum toxin injection versus no intervention;

  2. Intra-urethral Botulinum toxin injection versus other non-surgical therapy;

  3. Intra-urethral Botulinum toxin injection versus other surgical therapy.

  1. Intrathecal baclofen versus no intervention;

  2. Intrathecal baclofen versus other non-surgical therapy;

  3. Intrathecal baclofen versus other surgical therapy.

  1. Pudendal nerve block versus no intervention;

  2. Pudendal nerve block versus other non-surgical therapy;

  3. Pudendal nerve block versus other surgical therapy.

  1. Suprapubic catheterization versus no intervention;

  2. Suprapubic catheterization versus other non-surgical therapy;

  3. Suprapubic catheterization versus other surgical therapy.