unstable bladder

un·sta·ble blad·der

characterized by uninhibited detrusor contractions.
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unstable bladder

Urology A bladder characterized by severe inappropriate contraction. See Urge incontinence.
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found that fifty percent of patients with BOO had overactive bladder (OAB).1 OAB, a clinical syndrome caused by abnormal afferent signals and detrusor overactivity, used to be called unstable bladder, the main symptoms of which were urgent urination, uroclepsia, frequent micturition, increased urination at night, and it would seriously influence patients' life quality.2,3 Study showed that the more obvious prostatic median lobe hyperplasia was and more serious BOO symptoms were,4 the severer OAB symptoms were; the reason why OAB occurred was secondary changes of stability, elasticity and sensitivity of bladder which was caused by BOO.
NEEDING THE TOILET Possible reasons: Unstable bladder, prostate problem "There's little men can do to stop their prostate enlarging as they age, putting pressure on the bladder at night," says Kakahama Attar, urologist at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in London.
Anticholinergic drugs work well in patients who suffer from new unstable bladder contractions.[sup][11],[17] Clinical trials have shown that the effect of oxybutynin (5 mg/tid) can be up to 70%.[sup][17] Glaucoma, gastrointestinal obstruction, reflux esophagitis, and myasthenia gravis are contraindications for anticholinergic drugs.
Maximal electrical stimulation in children with unstable bladder and nocturnal enuresis and/or daytime incontinence: A controlled study.
My child attended Ninestiles school and although initially there were issues of my child leaving the classroom, my child attended the Children's Hospital for rigorous tests and assessments and was diagnosed with an unstable bladder which will never resolve, despite physiotherapy.
* Medical Therapy Medical therapy aims to reduce unstable bladder contractions during filling and to increase bladder capacity.
If the woman has an unstable bladder, she'll either have movement of the water column without doing a Valsalva maneuver, or she'll leak around the catheter.
Unstable bladder, usually characterized by urgency, frequency, and urge incontinence, generates reflux and can perpetuate it.
The impulse of unstable force (I) has been shown to be a useful means of quantifying unstable bladder activity [13, 14] and avoids interpretational errors caused by failure to consider the mechanics of the system.
Sleep-stealer: Going to the loo Causes: Unstable bladder, prostate There's little men can do to stop their prostate enlarging as they age, putting pressure on the bladder, says Kaka Hama Attar, urologist at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London.