Urodynamic studies: Challenges and Artefacts and how to avoid them

Recorded on: May 11, 2022

Two engineers who regularly run urodynamic tests discuss some of the challenges that may be found in the clinic. Though a urodynamic test is technically straightforward, any physiological measurement can involve issues that need resolution. This webinar will give tips on how to deal with issues as they arise, and how to recognize artefacts on the urodynamic traces.

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  • Physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants and other health care professionals.
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Meet the presenters

Andrew Gammie B&W
Mr. Andrew Gammie

Clinical Engineer,
Bristol Urological Institute,
Bristol UK

Dr. Andrew Gammie is the Clinical Engineer at the Bristol Urological Institute, UK.  He is active in publications and research in urodynamics for drug trials, data mining and device assessment and development.  He participates in numerous training courses promoting quality in urodynamic measurements, and chairs the International Continence Society Urodynamic Equipment Working Group.

Mr Eskinder Solomon B&W
Mr. Eskinder Solomon

Consultant Clinical Scientist Urology,
Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital,
London, United Kingdom

Eskinder Solomon is a consultant clinical scientist with a special interest in diagnostic tests for functional urological problems (urodynamics).

He works both at Guy’s and the Evelina London Children’s hospital seeing both adult and paediatric patients. He performs complex urodynamics investigations such as video and ambulatory urodynamics as well as urethral pressure profilometry.

Eskinder has a strong academic and research interest. He is a member of the International Continence Society, Urodynamics Committee and a recipient of a prestigious NIHR Doctoral Fellowship award. He has published numerous original research and expert-opinion articles on urodynamics in peer-reviewed journals. He also organises and teaches at national and international courses.

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