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Urology: Pediatric Issues/Stress Incontinence (Audio-Digest Foundation Urology Continuing Medical Education (CME). Book 34) Audio Digest

Urology: Pediatric Issues/Stress Incontinence (Audio-Digest Foundation Urology Continuing Medical Education (CME). Book 34)

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Purpose: Audio-Digest Foundation CME/CE activities are designed to provide its learners ⓠphysicians and other healthcare professionals ⓠwith continuing education that will help identify clinical problems in their practice settings, provideMorePurpose: Audio-Digest Foundation CME/CE activities are designed to provide its learners – physicians and other healthcare professionals – with continuing education that will help identify clinical problems in their practice settings, provide content to help to solve those problems, and increase their application of knowledge to practice.Audio-Digest Urology is specifically designed to provide the participant with state-of-the-art information, including, but not limited to, the diagnosis and management of:Benign prostatic hyperplasiaBladder cancerProstate cancerRenal cancerImpotence and infertilityFemale stress urinary incontinenceCalculus diseaseInterstitial cystitisPediatric urologic problemsPenile malformationsReflux diseaseSexually transmitted diseasesThe goals of this program are to improve the management of pediatric vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), introduce the technique of single-site laparoscopy in pediatrics, and improve the office management of urinary stress incontinence. After hearing and assimilating this program, the clinician will be better able to:1: Recognize the risk factors for VUR in the pediatric population.2: Evaluate VUR in children.3: Identify the benefits and risks of medical vs surgical therapy for VUR.4: Cite the technical challenges of single-site laparoscopy in children.5: Choose the most appropriate treatment for office management of urinary stress incontinence.