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Overactive Bladder Brochure

Overactive Bladder Brochure

Download this tri-fold brochure.… more

Urologic Cancer Cookbook

Living Healthy Cookbook with Information about Urologic Cancers

Part of managing cancer includes a healthy diet and lifestyle. This educational cookbook has recipes from celebrity chefs and is designed to help those affected by urologic cancers.… more

Kidney Cookbook

Living Healthy: Fight Kidney Stones with Food Cookbook

An educational recipe book designed to help prevent kidney stones with nutrition and diet.… more

Incontinence

Incontinence

Download this patient guide.… more

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

Download this patient resource on SUI.… more

Overactive Bladder

Overactive Bladder Patient Guide

Download this comprehensive OAB patient resource.… more

Kidney Cancer Patient Guide

Kidney Cancer Patient Guide

Download this patient guide.… more

Kidney Stones Patient Guide

Kidney Stones Patient Guide

A 24-page comprehensive patient guide.… more

Kidney Basics

Kidney Basics

The basics about kidney function, kidney stones and kidney cancer with notes section to help patients and health care teams.… more

Bladder Basics

Bladder Basics

The basics about bladder function and bladder cancer with notes section to help patients and health care teams. … more

Overactive Bladder Managing OAB at Work and on the Go

Overactive Bladder: Managing OAB at Work and on the Go

If you have overactive bladder (OAB), it can be hard to get through the day without many visits to the bathroom. This fact sheet includes some tips to make your life easier at work and play if you have OAB.… more

Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxing

Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxing: What You Should Know

Strong pelvic floor muscles can help prevent leakage and calm the urge to pass urine. Sometimes these muscles can be too tight, which can cause urine leaks, trouble emptying your bladder and pain during sex.… more

Ureteral Stents What You Should Know

Ureteral Stents What You Should Know

A ureteral stent is a plastic, flexible tube that helps the kidney drain urine after kidney stone surgery. Learn about how they feel, how they are removed and when to call a doctor if you feel concerned. … more

Bladder Diary Assessment Tool

Bladder Diary Assessment Tool

Use this bladder diary assessment tool and share the results with your healthcare provider to get a better understanding of your urinary incontinence symptoms. … more

Bladder Prolapse What You Should Know

Bladder Prolapse - What You Should Know

An overview of bladder prolapse causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.… more

Combination Immunotherapy for Kidney Cancer

Combination Immunotherapy for Kidney Cancer

Summary of combination immunotherapy for renal cell carcinoma including treatment, adverse reactions and questions to ask the health care team.… more

Bladder Control Assessment Tool

Bladder Control Assessment Tool

This Bladder Control assessment tool may help to measure symptoms and quality of life related to passing urine. … more

Pelvic Floor Muscle Strength: What You Should Know

Pelvic Floor Muscle Strength: What You Should Know

Download this fact sheet on how to perform Kegel exercises.… more

OAB Assessment Tool

Overactive Bladder Assessment Tool

An assessment tool that allows patient to score symptoms and illustrates how they may be affecting their quality of life.… more

OAB Bladder Diary

Overactive Bladder Diary

This Overactive Bladder assessment tool may help to record liquid intake, how often urine is passed and urine leakage.… more

Combination Immunotherapy for Kidney Cancer

Combination Immunotherapy for Kidney Cancer

A graphic description of combination immunotherapy for renal cell carcinoma to include risks and benefits.… more

Ureteral Stents What You Need to Know

Ureteral Stents: What You Need to Know

If you have a kidney stone, treatment options vary. If you and your doctor choose surgery as treatment for your stone, a ureteral stent may be used.… more