Primary care clinicians can identify and care for patients affected by BPH/LUTS and can offer timely and appropriate treatment for the majority of patients, as well as recognize the appropriate indications for referral. Using patient case scenarios, this activity explains diagnostic approaches and treatment options based on symptom type and severity, sexual dysfunction, and risk of progression.
In this activity on prostate health, Dr. Khera reviews the updated AUA 2014 guidelines for diagnosing and treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) which affects more than 50% of men over the age of 60. He also discusses erectile dysfunction and its association with cardiovascular disease and effective treatment options available for ED.
Learn about the latest guidelines from the AUA on managing common urological complaints. With the help of case studies, Dr. Carson will discuss issues on hypogonadism, erectile dysfunction, overactive bladder and BPH. He will review the latest guidelines on treatment and the most recent data from studies on testosterone replacement therapy.