The New England Research Institutes, Inc. (NERI) Nocturia Advisory Conference 2012: focus on outcomes of therapy

Jeffrey P. Weiss*, Jerry G. Blaivas, Marco H. Blanker, Donald L. Bliwise, Roger R. Dmochowski, Marcus Drake, Catherine E. DuBeau, Adonis Hijaz, Raymond C. Rosen, Philip E. V. Van Kerrebroeck, Alan J. Wein

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A consensus statement published in 2011 summarised current research, clinical approaches, and treatment options for nocturia. Since that time, new research has refined our understanding of nocturia in clinically important ways and new evidence has been presented on the efficacy and outcomes of several treatment methods for this underreported, infrequently recognised, and undertreated problem in adults. This paper provides updated guidance to clinicians in light of recent advances in the field.? 2013 BJU International.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)700-716
JournalBJU International
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - May 2013


  • nocturia
  • nocturnal polyuria
  • consensus
  • incontinence
  • polyuria
  • outcomes

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