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PhD thesis. Prevention and treatment of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction in women using telemedicine

Aim: The aim of the study was to create elements of the telemedical system for remote pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) and initial assessment of it’s effectiveness among two groups of women: with symptoms of stress urinary incontinence (therapeutic training, study group I) and without symptoms (preventive training, group II tested) under remote supervision of …
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PelviFly in Urology News

Since 1997 Urology News has been the bimonthly magazine for the latest news & developments in Urology. Magazine is an invaluable resource for consultant and trainee urologists, academic urologists, urological nurses, physiotherapists and continence advisors. Womens Health Physio – Julia Herbert wrote articleThe conservative assessment and treatment of mixed urinary and anal incontinence in women …

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