PATIENT SELECTION RESOURCES Sacral neuromodulation

pdf Bladder Symptom Questionnaire – English (.pdf)

This questionnaire can help identify patients who are dissatisfied with more conservative OAB treatments.

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pdf Bowel Symptom Questionnaire – English (.pdf)

This questionnaire can help identify patients who are dissatisfied with more conservative bowel control treatments.

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pdf Bladder Symptom Tracker (.pdf)

This tool is a self-monitored, written record of how often and how much a patient urinates, the amount of leakage, the degree of urgency prior to voiding, and the sensation of an empty bladder after voiding. This symptom tracker may help assess patient complaints and correlate them with objective data. It may assist in differentiating those patients having high-frequency-high-volume voids from those having high-frequency/low-volume voids, consistent with OAB. The symptom tracker can also provide baseline data for follow-up comparison once treatment has been initiated.

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pdf Patient Identification Tip Sheet (.pdf)

Patient remarks may provide clues to identify those patients with symptoms of overactive bladder, urinary retention, or fecal incontinence. This tool provides examples of these remarks.

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pdf Talking Points: Bladder Control (.pdf)

Use these talking points to introduce Medtronic Bladder Control Therapy to your patients.

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pdf Talking Points: Bowel Control (.pdf)

Use these talking points to introduce Medtronic Bowel Control Therapy to your patients.

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pdf Bladder Care Pathway (.pdf)

Share this pathway with your OAB patients, regardless of where they are on the pathway, to help them understand that there is a wide range of treatment options.

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pdf Bowel Care Pathway (.pdf)

Share this pathway with your chronic FI patients, regardless of where they are on the pathway, to help them understand that there is a wide range of treatment options.

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