Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Overactive Bladder - What is it, and Who has it?

Definitions

History

Physical

Adjuncts

First Line Therapies: Non-Med/Surg

Behavioral

No Treatment?

Second Line Therapies: Medications

Anticholinergics

Mirabegron (Beta-3 Agonists)

Third Line Therapies: Interventions

Botox (intravesical botulinum toxin)

Sacral Neuromodulation

Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation

Fourth Line Therapies: Surgery

Enterocystoplasty (bladder augmentation) and urinary diversion can be performed for refractory OAB, but these surgeries are becoming more rare as more conservative medical and surgical therapies are utilized.

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