OAB CARE PATHWAY
Below is an example of a typical bladder control treatment pathway for a patient who is seeking treatment for symptoms of urge-incontinence and/or urgency-frequency.1
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. Seeing that there is a care pathway motivates patients to try another option when one fails or is unsatisfactory.
- Gormley EA, Lightner DJ, Burgio KL, et al. Diagnosis and treatment of overactive bladder (non-neurogenic) in adults: AUA/SUFU guideline. The Journal of urology. Dec 2012;188(6 Suppl):2455-2463.