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Evidence-based Urology


Evidence-based Urology


Evidence-Based Medicine 2. Aufl.

von: Philipp Dahm, Roger Dmochowski

147,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 28.06.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9781119129899
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 616

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An updated and revised resource to evidence-based urology information and a guide for clinical practice The revised and updated second edition of Evidence-Based Urology offers the most current information on the suitability of both medical and surgical treatment options for a broad spectrum of urological conditions based on the best evidence available. The text covers each of the main urologic areas in specific sections such as general urology, oncology, female urology, trauma/reconstruction, pediatric urology, etc. All the evidence presented is rated for quality using the respected GRADE framework.  Throughout the text, the authors highlight the most patient-important, clinical questions likely to be encountered by urologists in day-to-day practice. A key title in the “Evidence-Based” series, this revised and expanded edition of Evidence-Based Urology contains new chapters on a variety of topics including: quality improvement, seminoma, nonseminomatous germ cell tumor, penile cancer, medical prophylaxis, vesicoureteral reflux disease, cryptorchidism, prenatal hydronephrosis, and myelodysplasia. This updated resource: Offers a guide that centers on 100% evidence approach to medical and surgical approaches Provides practical recommendations for the care of individual patients Includes nine new chapters on the most recently trending topics Contains information for effective patient management regimes that are supported by evidence Puts the focus on the most important patient and clinical questions that are commonly encountered in day-to-day practice Written for urologists of all levels of practice, Evidence-Based Urology offers an invaluable treasure-trove of evidence-based information that is distilled into guidance for clinical practice.
Part 1 Evidence?based methodsPhilipp Dahm 1 Searching for evidence, 3Jeanette Buckingham 2 Clinical trials in urology, 19Charles D. Scales, Jr. and David F. Penson 3 Systematic reviews in urology, 25Philipp Dahm, Shahnaz Sultan, and Jae Hung Jung 4 Rating the quality of evidence and making recommendations, 39Philipp Dahm and Shahnaz Sultan 5 Evidence?based clinical practice guidelinesin urology, 47Steven E. Canfield 6 Understanding concepts related to health economics in urology, 53Yair Lotan and Ryan Hutchinson 7 Quality improvement in urology, 59Nima Almassi and Howard B. Goldman Part 2 General urology and stone diseaseCharles D. Scales, Jr. 8 Antibiotic prophylaxis in urological surgery, 67Roderick Clark and Philippe Violette 9 Venous thromboembolism (VTE) prophylaxis, 89Vikram Narayan and Philipp Dahm 10 Operative safety, 103Elizabeth Timbrook Brown, Bryan J. Hill, and Roger R. Dmochowski 11 Prophylaxis and treatment of urinary tract infections in adults, 113Gabrielle J. Williams, Angela C. Webster, and Jonathan C. Craig 12 Medical management of stone disease, 133Timothy Y. Tseng and Glenn M. Preminger 13 Surgical management of renal stone disease, 159Justin M. Dersch, Brandon J. Otto, and Benjamin K. Canales 14 Surgical management of ureteral stone disease, 171Aaron H. Lay, Jay D. Raman, and Margaret S. Pearle Part 3 Pediatric urologyLuis H.P. Braga 15 Prenatal hydronephrosis, 187Shawn Dason and Luis H.P. Braga 16 Cryptorchidism, 197David I. Chu and Gregory E. Tasian 17 Vesicoureteral reflux disease, 209Ruiyang Jiang and Jonathan C. Routh 18 Circumcision, 217Roderick Clark and Sumit Dave 19 Nocturnal enuresis, 235Stacy T. Tanaka 20 Management of neurogenic bladder in children with spina bifida, 243Kourosh Afshar, Mir Sohail Fazeli, and Cyrus Chehroodi 21 Wilms tumor, 251Ruiyang Jiang and Jonathan C. Routh Part 4 Prostate cancerJulio M. Pow-Sang 22 Early detection and screening for prostate cancer, 257Pim J. van Leeuwen, Monique J. Roobol, and Phillip D. Stricker 23 Molecular markers for prostate cancer, 265Pranav Sharma, Eric Webb, and Julio M. Pow?Sang 24 Imaging of the prostate, 279Matthew J. Watson, Francesca V. Mertan, Samuel Borofsky, Arvin K. George,Abhinav Sidana,Peter L. Choyke, Peter A. Pinto, and Baris Turkbey 25 Active surveillance for localized prostate cancer, 289Nathan Perlis and Laurence Klotz 26 Surgical management of prostate cancer,297Daniel A. Barocas and Michael S. Cookson 27 Radiation therapy for clinically localized prostate cancer, 317Michelle Echevarria, Peter A. Johnstone, and Kosj Yamoah 28 Management of metastatic prostate cancer, 331Michael S. Humeniuk, Tian Zhang, Megan A. McNamara,Sundhar Ramalingam, and Michael R. Harrison Part 5 Kidney and bladder cancerRodney H. Breau 29 Treatment of superficial bladder cancer, 349Alexander Kretschmer, Alexander Karl, and Badrinath R. Konety 30 Treatment of muscle?invasive bladder cancer, 367Justin R. Gregg and Sam S. Chang 31 Management of upper tract urothelial carcinoma, 373Ilaria Lucca, Romain Mathieu, Tobias Klatte, and Shahrokh F. Shariat 32 Metastatic bladder cancer, 383Louise Harris, Caitlin Bowen, Satish Kumar, Bernadette Coles, and Malcolm Mason 33 Treatment of localized kidney cancer, 391Luke T. Lavallée, Frédérick Pouliot, and Rodney H. Breau 34 Treatment of metastatic kidney cancer, 399Przemyslaw W. Twardowski and Robert A. Figlin Part 6 Testis and penile cancerMichael C. Risk 35 Early?stage (stage I) seminoma, 409Sia Daneshmand and Cory Hugen 36 Advanced (stage II and III) and recurrent seminoma, 417Peter C. Black and Christian Kollmannsberger 37 Early?stage nonseminomatous germ?cell tumor, 427Justin T. Matulay and James M. McKiernan 38 Advanced nonseminoma, 443Michael C. Risk and Clint Cary 39 Penile cancer, 457Oliver W. Hakenberg Part 7 Female urology, trauma, and reconstructionRoger R. Dmochowski 40 Medical management of urinary incontinence in women, 467Joshua A. Cohn, Elizabeth Timbrook Brown, W. Stuart Reynolds, Melissa R. Kaufman,Roger R. Dmochowski 41 Surgical treatment of female urinary incontinence, 479Alex Gomelsky 42 Diagnosis and treatment of overactive bladder, 489Nadir I. Osman, Altaf Mangera, and Christopher R. Chapple 43 Urethral stricture disease, 497Robert A. Goldfarb and Sean P. Elliott 44 Genitourinary trauma, 503Paul Chung and Bryan B. Voelzke Part 8 Male LUTS and sexual dysfunctionJohn M. Hollingsworth 45 Medical management of benign prostatic hyperplasia, 511Paholo G. Barboglio Romo and John M. Hollingsworth 46 Surgical management of lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to benign prostatic hypertrophy, 527Derek J. Lomas and Amy Krambeck 47 Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (NIH category III), 539Giuseppe Magistro and Florian M.E. Wagenlehner 48 Management of erectile dysfunction, 545Hunter Wessells 49 Update on treatment of bladder pain syndrome: does anything work? 555Yahir Santiago?Lastra, Ann Oldendorf, and J. Quentin Clemens 50 Male infertility, 561Bryan Hinck, Ashok Agarwal, Fnu Deepinder, and Edmund S. Sabanegh, Jr. 51 Premature ejaculation, 569Josip Vukina, J. Abram McBride, Culley C. Carson, and R. Matthew Coward Index 579
Edited by Philipp Dahm, MD, MHSc, Director for Surgery/Specialty Care Service Line Research Activities, Minneapolis VA Health Care System and Professor of Urology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota Roger Dmochowski, MD, Professor of Urologic Surgery, Department of Urology Vice Chair of the Section of Surgical Sciences and Associate Surgeon in Chief, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee.
An updated and revised resource to evidence-based urology and a guide for clinical practice The revised and updated second edition of Evidence-Based Urology offers the most current information on the suitability of both medical and surgical treatment options for a broad spectrum of urological conditions based on the best evidence available. The text covers each of the main urologic areas in specific sections such as general urology, oncology, female urology, trauma/reconstruction, pediatric urology. All the evidence presented is rated for quality using the respected GRADE framework. Throughout the text, the authors highlight the most patient-important, clinical questions likely to be encountered by urologists in day-to-day practice. This edition of Evidence-Based Urology contains new chapters on a variety of topics including: quality improvement, seminoma, nonseminomatous germ cell tumor, penile cancer, medical prophylaxis, vesicoureteral reflux disease, cryptorchidism, prenatal hydronephrosis, and myelodysplasia. This updated resource: Offers a guide that centers on an evidence-based approach to medical and surgical approaches Provides practical recommendations for the care of individual patients Includes nine new chapters on the most recently trending topics Contains information for effective patient management regimes that are supported by evidence Puts the focus on the most important patient and clinical questions that are commonly encountered in day-to-day practice Written for urologists of all levels of practice, Evidence-Based Urology offers an invaluable treasure-trove of evidence-based information that is distilled into guidance for clinical practice.

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