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Download a handy infographic about nocturia and its causes, the impact of poor sleep on mental functioning and work productivity, plus the associated increased risk of specific diseases.
Nocturia is multi-factorial in nature so it is important to identify the specific aetiology and focus on the underlying pathophysiology. Overactive bladder (OAB) and bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) medications do not specifically target nocturia caused by night-time overproduction of urine (nocturnal polyuria) which means these patients may be sub-optimally managed. Download this useful guide to supporting an effective diagnosis.
People aged over 65 years have a higher risk of developing hyponatraemia due to ageing physiology, multiple co-morbidities and polypharmacy. This guide shows how, due to its formulation, Noqdirna can be offered at gender-specific lower doses of desmopressin compared with existing formulations.
A live recording by our expert speaker Dr Sanjay Suman joined by moderator Mr Dudley Robinson discussing all aspects of nocturia, including its pathophysiology, diagnosis and effective evidence-based management.
A live webinar recording by our expert speakers Dr Sanjay Suman, Mr Dudley Robinson & Mr Sergey Tadtayev discussing the consequences of Nocturia and provide practical solutions to identify these patients and manage their condition effectively through a multi-disciplinary approach and development of clinical pathways.
Job Code: UK-NOQD-2100015 - Date of preparation: January 2023