MUI

(redirected from Mixed Urinary Incontinence)
AcronymDefinition
MUIMultilingual User Interface (Microsoft)
MUIMajelis Ulama Indonesia (Indonesian Ulemas Council)
MUIMacromedia User Interface
MUIMobile User Identity
MUIMultilingual User Interface
MUIManager User Interface
MUIMulti User Interface
MUIMigrating User Interface
MUIMagic User Interface (Amiga user interface system)
MUIMinnesota Utility Investors (est. 1990)
MUIMulti-User Interference
MUIMixed Urinary Incontinence
MUIMiddle to Upper Income
MUIModello Unico Informatico (Italian: Unique Information Model)
MUIMajor Unusual Incident
MUIMultimedia User Interface
MUIManual User Interface (hardware control panel)
MUIMechanical Unit Injector
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Mixed urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary urine loss associated with both physical exertion/increased intraabdominal pressure and with urinary urgency.
The combination of UUI and SUI is mixed urinary incontinence.
Pelvic floor exercises have been shown to be effective in the treatment of SUI and mixed urinary incontinence.
they leak when they cough, sneeze or laugh); those with mixed urinary incontinence (both urge and stress); and those with pelvic pain that is gynecologic in origin.
6) MUS used for mixed urinary incontinence or urgency incontinence have lower success rates than when used for pure SUI.
ApexM, for women with urgency and mixed urinary incontinence, provides alternating-frequency stimulation to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and calm detrusor muscle spasms.
Patients with mixed urinary incontinence fare worse after midurethral sling procedures compared with patients who have SUI alone, and I counsel my patients accordingly, emphasizing that the sling will not address aspects of their incontinence related to urgency.
Women's UI should be categorised as stress urinary incontinence (SUI), mixed urinary incontinence, or urge UI/ over active bladder (OAB).
The prevalence of mixed urinary incontinence among patients with urinary leakage varies from 36% to 57% (Hannestad, Rortveit, Sandvik, & Hunskaar, 2000; Minassian, Stewart, & Wood, 2008).