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Development of UK recommendations on treatment for post-surgical erectile dysfunction.

Kirby MG, White ID, Butcher J, Challacombe B, Coe J, Grover L, Hegarty P, Jackson G, Lowndes A, Payne H, Rees J, Sangar V, Thompson A - Int. J. Clin. Pract. (2013)

Bottom Line: Data from 37 articles and completed questionnaires were collated.The results discussed in this study demonstrate improved objective and subjective clinical outcomes for physical parameters, sexual satisfaction, and rates of both spontaneous erections and those associated with ED treatment strategies.Based on the literature and survey analysis, recommendations are proposed for the standardisation of management strategies employed for postsurgical ED.

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Affiliation: The Prostate Centre, London and the University of Hertfordshire, London, UK.

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Erection Restoration Algorithm. *Algorithm is a collation of survey responses based on individual clinical practice of authors. **Psychosexual therapy and counselling provided as an adjunct to ED treatment. Pelvic floor exercise advice also provided by physicians
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fig01: Erection Restoration Algorithm. *Algorithm is a collation of survey responses based on individual clinical practice of authors. **Psychosexual therapy and counselling provided as an adjunct to ED treatment. Pelvic floor exercise advice also provided by physicians

Mentions: A typical treatment algorithm employed in clinical practice and provided by most of the survey participants for NS prostatectomy and for non-NS surgery is shown in Figure1A, B, respectively. The algorithms shown are mainly based on locally agreed practice.


Development of UK recommendations on treatment for post-surgical erectile dysfunction.

Kirby MG, White ID, Butcher J, Challacombe B, Coe J, Grover L, Hegarty P, Jackson G, Lowndes A, Payne H, Rees J, Sangar V, Thompson A - Int. J. Clin. Pract. (2013)

Erection Restoration Algorithm. *Algorithm is a collation of survey responses based on individual clinical practice of authors. **Psychosexual therapy and counselling provided as an adjunct to ED treatment. Pelvic floor exercise advice also provided by physicians
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fig01: Erection Restoration Algorithm. *Algorithm is a collation of survey responses based on individual clinical practice of authors. **Psychosexual therapy and counselling provided as an adjunct to ED treatment. Pelvic floor exercise advice also provided by physicians
Mentions: A typical treatment algorithm employed in clinical practice and provided by most of the survey participants for NS prostatectomy and for non-NS surgery is shown in Figure1A, B, respectively. The algorithms shown are mainly based on locally agreed practice.

Bottom Line: Data from 37 articles and completed questionnaires were collated.The results discussed in this study demonstrate improved objective and subjective clinical outcomes for physical parameters, sexual satisfaction, and rates of both spontaneous erections and those associated with ED treatment strategies.Based on the literature and survey analysis, recommendations are proposed for the standardisation of management strategies employed for postsurgical ED.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: The Prostate Centre, London and the University of Hertfordshire, London, UK.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus