PTNS

AcronymDefinition
PTNSPercutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation (urology)
PTNSPeriodontal Treatment Need System
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In this randomized clinical trial, Sherif and colleagues compared the safety and efficacy of a single intradetrusor injection of onabotulinumtoxinA 100 U with that of PTNS for OAB.
PTNS is a non-surgical treatment whereby a slim needle electrode is placed near the tibial nerve and connected to a device that then sends mild electrical pulses up the tibial nerve to the sacral nerve plexus, the group of nerves at the base of the spine responsible for bladder function.
treatment effect of PTNS is similar, but with a more tolerable side
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This session was completed during her second PTNS session.
Though Patidar et al reported a cure rate of 67% and an improvement rate of 24% in the PTNS group, compared to 0% and 6%, respectively, in the sham group, (73) Boudaoud et al noted a similar clinical efficacy between their PTNS and sham groups.
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11,12) By directly stimulating the posterior tibial nerve, PTNS works via the $3 sacral nerve plexus to alter the micturition reflex and improve bladder function.
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