Urodynamic tests are mostly performed in Urology, Gynecology, OB/GYN, Internal medicine, and Primary care offices. Urodynamics can also provide the physician with the information necessary to diagnose the cause and nature of any patient's incontinence, thus giving the best treatment options that are available. Urodynamics are mostly typically conducted by urologists, urogynecologists, or specialist urology nurses.
The extension lines of sufficient length to reach from different patients to the urodynamics machine are integrated into the catheter during manufacture. This method eliminates the need to buy separate extension lines for the patient. More importantly, it reduces most of the number of connections in the fluid system each that is unnecessary connection which is possible site for micro air bubbles to form and affect the accuracy of pressure measurement.
Each filling catheter in the range has one diamond-shaped eye which seems to improve release of the bladder pressure catheter during the process known as 'piggy-back' technique of catheter introduction into the bladder of the patient. All Urodynamic catheters are always fitted with winged luer connectors that help to aid connection to and release from the pump tubin or other accessories.