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The association between the iciq-luts & the iciq-bladder diary in assessing luts

Abdelmoteleb, H; Kamel, M; Cotterill, N; Hashim, H

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H Abdelmoteleb

M Kamel

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N Nikki Cotterill Nikki.Cotterill@uwe.ac.uk
Professor of Long Term Conditions (Continence Care)

H Hashim



Abstract

The bladder diary (BD) provides an objective non-invasive method of investigating lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) while symptom questionnaires, such as the ICIQ-MLUTS (1) and ICIQ-FLUTS (2) for males and females respectively, provide a subjective assessment. The association between objective and subjective assessments has not been well established for the ICIQ. This study hypothesises that there is strong positive association between the ICIQ-MLUTS/FLUTS and the ICIQ-BD (3).

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Abdelmoteleb, H., Kamel, M., Cotterill, N., & Hashim, H. (2015, October). The association between the iciq-luts & the iciq-bladder diary in assessing luts. Presented at International Continence Society Annual Meeting 2015, Montreal, Canada

Presentation Conference Type Speech
Conference Name International Continence Society Annual Meeting 2015
Conference Location Montreal, Canada
Start Date Oct 7, 2015
End Date Oct 9, 2015
Acceptance Date Jun 1, 2015
Publicly Available Date Jun 6, 2019
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Keywords assessment, lower urinary tract symptoms, quantitative, questionnaires, bladder diary, patient-centred assessment, self-report
Public URL https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/833123
Publisher URL https://www.ics.org/2015/abstract/427
Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : International Continence Society Annual Meeting 2015

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