Urodynamic equipment is used to assess and diagnose urinary voiding dysfunction, typically incontinence and pelvic floor troubles, and is considered the leading procedure for quantitative evaluation. Urodynamic tests are performed using physical measurements, such as urine pressure and flow rate, as well as clinical assessment. The majority are non-invasive tests that are performed in an outpatient setting.
The procedures covered in this report suite includes urinary incontinence, stone management, benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), prostate cancer treatment, urodynamic testing, nephrostomy and erectile dysfunction management procedures. Each category is further segmented into more specific procedure types.