Performance of urodynamics during the COVID-19 pandemic: A questionnaire survey
Author(s) Jabbar T.; Mills S.; Simpson R.; Jones A.; Campbell I. et al.
Source Journal of Endoluminal Endourology; 2020; vol. 3 (no. 3)
Aims The principal aim of this multicentre, international cohort study is to explore the safety concerns of clinicians when performing urodynamic studies (UDS) during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study will also assess provider preference on personal protective equipment (PPE) during UDS and awareness of relevant international guidelines. The outcome is to offer a practical means of reducing the risk of aerosol transmission during UDS, to include a protocol for screening patients, and to consider safer methods of inducing urethral leak-point pressure.
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