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Biofeedback training consists of a series of tests to evaluate how a patient's bladder carries out its two main functions: filling and emptying.
Learning how the bladder and sphincter muscles work together can give clues as to why a child may be wet, have urinary infection and/or have urinary tract abnormalities. Urodynamics testing also provides an effective means for treating a child with urinary incontinence or infection, using drug therapies, behavioral therapies or surgery.
"Urodynamics is a crucial piece of the puzzle." -
Pam Kelly, MS, RNC, PNP, clinical coordinator of Urodynamics, Biofeedback Program and Voiding Improvement Program
Left: Brenda Barry, BS, RN, CPN, monitors data from a biofeedback machine.