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Urodynamics

Brief Description:

Urodynamics testing is an advanced diagnostic procedure that assesses how well the bladder, sphincters and urethra are storing and emptying urine. Most urodynamic tests focus on the bladder’s ability to hold urine and empty steadily and completely. This test can also show whether the bladder is having involuntary contractions that cause urine leakage.

The department will run from 9 AM to 6 PM (except Sunday and general holidays). The test is based on appointments.

 The facilities available are:

  • Uroflowmetry
  • Urodynamics

Role Performed:

Uroflowmetry: In this test, we will advise the patient to come for the test with a full bladder. If she/he gets sensation to pass urine, we allow them to pass inside the UDS commode. Reports will be given within 5minutes. You must not drink excessive fluids before the test as it may cause complications.

Urodynamics: In this procedure, we monitor for your bladder pressure and abdominal pressure. This procedure takes a duration of 1-2hrs. It’s done on an OPD basis. You do not need to remain fasting.

Reports: It will be given within 5-10minutes.

Facilities available are

  • Adult urodynamics.
  • Paediatric urodynamics.

Test includes:

  • Free flow uroflow
  • Cystometric test
  • Electromyography
  • Postviod residual measurement.

Certain investigations like recent urine culture, ultrasound and Serum creatinine are mandatory for the test.

Reference letter from your doctor if you are not registered in our Hospitals.

“Providing objective urodynamic evidence to prove a clinical diagnosis”.

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