Update on vesical electrostimulation and neuropatic bladder in pediatrics: A sistematic review

CONCLUSIONS: Given the potential risk of renal failure presented by paediatric patients with neurogenic bladder, the therapeutic alternatives used in the management of this disease must have a proven efficacy. For this reason, and after the review, due the absence of evidence regarding bladder electrotherapy in this group of patients, its use should be limited and exceptional. Bladder neuromodulation has emerged as a new alternative in the management of adult patients with bladder dysfunctions of neuropathic origin. Despite the fact that numerous studies have proven the efficacy and safety of this therapy in this age group, there are still few studies that show its success in paediatric neuropathic bladder.PMID:33908618 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020237
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