Bladder outlet obstruction index, bladder contractility index and bladder voiding efficiency: three simple indices to define bladder voiding function.
What does BOO stand for?
BOO stands for Bladder Outlet Obstruction
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We have 24 other meanings of BOO in our Acronym Attic
- Biological Oceanography of the North West Shelf (Australian Institute of Marine Science)
- Business on Net Xchange (Germany)
- Bank Of New York
- Interpore International (NASDAQ symbol)
- Back Office Operation (various companies)
- Balance on Order
- Base of Operations
- Battalion Orderly Officer
- Battle of Olympus (video game)
- Bladder Outflow Obstruction
Samples in periodicals archive:
After excluding urethral and bladder outlet obstruction, anticholinergic use, urinary tract or bladder infection and transverse myelitis, primary varicella-zoster virus-related urinary retention and constipation was tentatively diagnosed.
Causes of urinary incontinence ACUTE Urinary tract infection Bacterial Inflammation Atrophic urethritis or vaginitis Bladder outlet obstruction Enlarged prostate Constipation/ Faecal impaction Pelvic organ prolapse Increased urine production Diuretic drugs Diabetes Cognitive impairment Dementia or Delirium Depression Disorientation in new environment Hypnotic, sedative or other psychoactive drug therapy Reduced mobility Accessing toilet --Illness, surgery or injury --Gait disorder --Physical restraint Removing clothing Reduced night-time vision Acute injury to pelvic floor Vaginal delivery Pelvic surgery CHRONIC Stress Pelvic floor weakness Impaired internal sphincter function Urge Overactive detrusor muscle Mixed Overflow With retention Table 3.
EDAP's lithotripsy product line perfectly interfaces with our measurement systems to diagnose urinary incontinence and bladder outlet obstruction.
2) Bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) results from pressure gradient at the bladder neck/prostatic urethra.
Animal models of bladder outlet obstruction and molecular insights into the basis for the development of bladder dysfunction.