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Title: Developing a pelvic floor muscle training regimen for use in a trial intervention
Authors: Dorey, Grace
Glazener, Cathryn Margaret Anne
Buckley, Brian
Cochran, Claire
Moore, Katherine
Keywords: Radical prostatectomy
Urge suppression techniques
Transurethral resection of prostate
Pelvic floor muscle exercises
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Dorey, G., Glazener, C., Buckley, B., Cochran, C., and Moore, K., (2009) Developing a pelvic floor muscle training regimen for use in a trial intervention. Physiotherapy, 95(3), pp.199-208.
Abstract: This paper explains the rationale behind the intervention used for a large multi centred randomised controlled trial for men following transurethral resection of prostate or radical prostatectomy. It shows the content of the protocol used and explains why this particular protocol of pelvic floor muscle exercises and urge suppression techniques was chosen for men in the intervention group. The trial will evaluate whether this intervention will be effective for men with urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction after prostate surgery.
ISSN: 0031-9406
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