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Effect of diuresis on bother related to lower urinary tract symptoms

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Aims: To explore and objectify the impact of diuresis on the presence of daytime and nighttime LUTS, and associated bother. Methods: Participants (healthy volunteers and patients referred to our hospital for a urologic consultation) were asked to complete a 72-hour bladder diary and also had to fill in a Likert scale (0: no bother; 10: maximal bother) to evaluate the LUTS-associated bother during daytime and nighttime. Three groups were defined: no/mild bother (Bother <= 2), moderate bother (3 <= Bother <= 6), and strong bother (Bother >= 7). Questionnaires in order to assess LUTS (ICIQ MLUTS and ICIQ FLUTS), quality of life (SF-36, NqOL), and quality of sleep (PSQI) were completed. Results: During daytime and nighttime, the study of participants with a strong bother associated with LUTS revealed a statistically significant higher fluid intake than those without bother (1640 mL vs 1800 mL during daytime, P = 0.007). Also, those with higher diuresis rate had more bother related to LUTS than the others (71.3 mL/h in group 1 vs 87.3 mL/h in group 3 (P < 0.001) during daytime). As might be expected, lower urinary tract such as bladder, for example, studied through maximal voided volume does play a role. The lower the maximal voided volume is, the more bother the participants described. Conclusions: This study pointed out the implication of diuresis in bother related to LUTS. Our findings showed that there was an increase in bother by 1 when diuresis increased by 100 mL/h.
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Hervé, François, et al. “Effect of Diuresis on Bother Related to Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE, vol. 73, no. 8, 2019.
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Hervé, F., Delabie, L., Mylle, T., Weiss, J., Bower, W., & Everaert, K. (2019). Effect of diuresis on bother related to lower urinary tract symptoms. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE, 73(8).
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Hervé, François, Lisa Delabie, Toon Mylle, Jeff Weiss, Wendy Bower, and Karel Everaert. 2019. “Effect of Diuresis on Bother Related to Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE 73 (8).
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Hervé, François, Lisa Delabie, Toon Mylle, Jeff Weiss, Wendy Bower, and Karel Everaert. 2019. “Effect of Diuresis on Bother Related to Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE 73 (8).
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Hervé F, Delabie L, Mylle T, Weiss J, Bower W, Everaert K. Effect of diuresis on bother related to lower urinary tract symptoms. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE. 2019;73(8).
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F. Hervé, L. Delabie, T. Mylle, J. Weiss, W. Bower, and K. Everaert, “Effect of diuresis on bother related to lower urinary tract symptoms,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE, vol. 73, no. 8, 2019.
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Methods: Participants (healthy volunteers and patients referred to our hospital for a urologic consultation) were asked to complete a 72-hour bladder diary and also had to fill in a Likert scale (0: no bother; 10: maximal bother) to evaluate the LUTS-associated bother during daytime and nighttime. Three groups were defined: no/mild bother (Bother <= 2), moderate bother (3 <= Bother <= 6), and strong bother (Bother >= 7). Questionnaires in order to assess LUTS (ICIQ MLUTS and ICIQ FLUTS), quality of life (SF-36, NqOL), and quality of sleep (PSQI) were completed.
Results: During daytime and nighttime, the study of participants with a strong bother associated with LUTS revealed a statistically significant higher fluid intake than those without bother (1640 mL vs 1800 mL during daytime, P = 0.007). Also, those with higher diuresis rate had more bother related to LUTS than the others (71.3 mL/h in group 1 vs 87.3 mL/h in group 3 (P < 0.001) during daytime). As might be expected, lower urinary tract such as bladder, for example, studied through maximal voided volume does play a role. The lower the maximal voided volume is, the more bother the participants described.
Conclusions: This study pointed out the implication of diuresis in bother related to LUTS. Our findings showed that there was an increase in bother by 1 when diuresis increased by 100 mL/h.},
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  author       = {Hervé, François and Delabie, Lisa and Mylle, Toon and Weiss, Jeff and Bower, Wendy and Everaert, Karel},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
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  title        = {Effect of diuresis on bother related to lower urinary tract symptoms},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ijcp.13299},
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