MP25-15 INITIAL PHARMACOTHERAPY FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS AMONG MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES
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Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1016/j.juro.2016.02.792
Publication InfoAmundsen, Cindy Louise; Curtis, Lesley H; Greiner, Melissa A; Hammill, Bradley Gordon; Heflin, Mitchell Tod; Martinez-Bianchi, Viviana Sandra; ... Schmader, KE (2016). MP25-15 INITIAL PHARMACOTHERAPY FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS AMONG MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES. The Journal of Urology, 195(4). pp. e285. 10.1016/j.juro.2016.02.792. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10161/12931.
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Roy T. Parker, M.D. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the School of Medicine
- Application of nerve stimulation (Interstim therapy) for control of continence - Evalaution of botox therapy for urinary urge incontinence - Evaluation and treatment for nocturnal voiding - Application of nerve stimulation for control of continence and enable proper voiding in individuals with Spinal cord injuries - Application of nerve stimulation for urinary retention - Minimally invasive prolapse surgery using graft material for enhancing pelvic organ prolaps
Professor in Population Health Sciences
Dr. Curtis is a health services researcher who oversees a portfolio of projects that use observational data to address questions related to clinical and comparative effectiveness, pharmacoepidemiology, health care delivery, and epidemiological trends across a broad array of clinical conditions and clinical care settings. An expert in the use of Medicare claims data for health services and clinical outcomes research, she has led the linkage of Medicare claims with several large clinical regist
Associate Professor in Population Health Sciences
Areas of expertise: Health Services Research, Health Policy, and Epidemiology
Associate Professor of Medicine
My research is focused on the issues surrounding decisions to perform cancer screening procedures in older adults. In recent work, we have investigated the impact of comorbid illness on receipt of mammography, clinical breast examination, Pap smear, and fecal occult blood testing. We are also completing work on a nationwide survey of primary care physicians inquiring about their intentions to offer cancer screening tests to older adults, specifically examining the role of health status on this d
Associate Professor in Community and Family Medicine
Health Disparities, Access to Health Care, Women's Health, Latino Health Care, Chronic Disease Management, Socioeconomic Determinants of Health. Population Health.
Professor of Medicine
Dr. Schmader's primary area of research is herpes zoster and postherpetic neuralgia (PHN) and vaccines in older adults. He conducts pre-clinical, epidemiological and intervention studies of zoster and PHN, particularly with the zoster and influenza vaccines. He is involved with other adult vaccine development in older adults. With colleagues in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Dr. Schmader investigates other infections in older adults. Another major research focus is ad
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