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Cheryl LeCroy, MSN, RN
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Cheryl LeCroy, MSN, RN Biography The current thinking about interstitial cystitis has evolved into considering it a chronic pelvic pain syndrome and designating it as painful bladder syndrome. It significantly impacts the quality of life for our patients and presents challenges for us as health care providers. This presentation will discuss the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and various treatments of interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome in women. The use of multimodality treatments including pharmacology, instillations, biofeedback, pelvic physiotherapy, and dietary modification will be emphasized and discussed. Affiliation

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Cheryl LeCroy, MSN, RN Cheryl LeCroy, MSN, RNThe current thinking about interstitial cystitis has evolved into considering it a chronic pelvic pain syndrome and designating it as painful blad  (more ...)


Susan Lipsy, APRN-BC, CUNP
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Susan Lipsy, APRN-BC, CUNP Biography Prostate cryoablation, once used for the treatment of localized prostate cancer after radiation failure, has now become recognized as a primary treatment modality. This treatment offers the patient a minimally invasive, radiation-free treatment with low morbidity, minimal blood loss, a short hospital stay, and treatment results equaling other therapies. Nurses are an essential component of the health care team in the care of the patient undergoing prostate cryoablation. This lecture will highlight the pre, intra, and postoperative nursing considerations that must be implemented to ensure successful patient outcomes and recovery. Affiliation

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Susan Lipsy, APRN-BC, CUNP Susan Lipsy, APRN-BC, CUNPProstate cryoablation, once used for the trent of localized prostate cancer after radiation failure, has now become recognized as a primary tr  (more ...)


Melissa Morrison, RN, CURN
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Melissa Morrison, RN, CURN Biography Not sure how to get started doing urodynamics? This session is a great place to start. It will not only help to identify what types of patients need urodynamics, but it will also discuss the different components of urodynamics. Examples of what a urodynamics lab looks like and who can perform urodynamic testing will also be covered. Real-time studies will be shown and CPT coding will be discussed. Affiliation

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Melissa Morrison, RN, CURN Melissa Morrison, RN, CURNNot sure how to get started doing urodynamics? This session is a great place to start. It will not only help to identify what types of patients ne  (more ...)


Cathy Naughton, MD
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Cathy Naughton, MD Biography This session will consist of a discussion of azoospermia and male infertility, including sperm production, semen analysis, and treatment options. Affiliation

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Cathy Naughton, MD Cathy Naughton, MDThis session will consist of a discussion of azoospermia and male infertility, including sperm production, semen analysis, and treatment opti  (more ...)


Mari K. Olsen, BSN, RN, CURN
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Mari K. Olsen, BSN, RN, CURN Biography In this presentation, we will discuss common post-operative complications for the urologic patient undergoing prostate and kidney surgeries. A brief overview of prostate and kidney surgical procedures will assist in identifying how each may affect the patient’s post-operative course. Furthermore, we will examine how laboratory results, nursing assessments, and co-morbidities may affect the plan of care. Patient education for dismissing this patient population will also be discussed. Affiliation

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Mari K. Olsen, BSN, RN, CURN Mari K. Olsen, BSN, RN, CURNIn this presentation, we will discuss common post-operative complications for the urologic patient undergoing prostate and kidney surgeries. A bri  (more ...)


Helen Rittenmeyer, BSN, RN
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Helen Rittenmeyer, BSN, RN Biography This lecture will help care providers identify patients for sacral nerve stimulators, take them through surgery, and teach them how to live with an interstim. There will be limited programming issues addressed in this lecture. Affiliation

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Helen Rittenmeyer, BSN, RN Helen Rittenmeyer, BSN, RNThis lecture will help care providers identify patients for sacral nerve stimulators, take them through surgery, and teach them how to live with a  (more ...)


Leanne Schimke, MSN, CRNP, CUNP
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Leanne Schimke, MSN, CRNP, CUNP Biography A common treatment for superficial bladder cancer is intravesical therapy. This lecture will discuss bladder cancer briefly, then discuss the various agents used for intravesical therapy including BCG, Mitomycin, and others. The procedures used and the agents will be discussed in-depth, including side effects and appropriate patient teaching and support. Affiliation

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Leanne Schimke, MSN, CRNP, CUNP Leanne Schimke, MSN, CRNP, CUNPA common treatment for superficial bladder cancer is intravesical therapy. This lecture will discuss bladder cancer briefly, then discuss the vari  (more ...)


Howard M. Snyder, III, MD
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Howard M. Snyder, III, MD Biography This presentation will cover the causes of the impending major shortage of all physicians, especially urologists. For the sake of patients who need urologic care, the solution will largely depend on non-physician healthcare providers, especially nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Planning for this is complex and proposals for solutions will be made. Affiliation

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Howard M. Snyder, III, MD Howard M. Snyder, III, MDThis presentation will cover the causes of the impending major shortage of all physicians, especially urologists. For the sake of patients who nee  (more ...)


Valre Welch, MSN, RN, CPNP
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Valre Welch, MSN, RN, CPNP Biography Hematuria is always a worrisome finding for parents and patients. There are many etiologies for hematuria, some benign and some serious. This presentation will address how to evaluate hematuria, starting with the basic urinalysis and working through the possible causes of hematuria. It will look at the diagnostic evaluation for structural anomalies, medical and renal etiologies, and kidney stones. Treatment options for these conditions, including kidney stones in children, will be discussed. Affiliation

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Valre Welch, MSN, RN, CPNP Valre Welch, MSN, RN, CPNPHematuria is always a worrisome finding for parents and patients. There are many etiologies for hematuria, some benign and some serious. This pres  (more ...)


Laura S. Wood, MSN, RN, OCN
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Laura S. Wood, MSN, RN, OCN Biography Advances in surgical techniques and understanding of the molecular patholobiology of renal cell carcinoma have led to significant improvements in treatment options for patients with advanced disease. Patients may receive targeted therapies prior to and/or following surgical intervention, emphasizing the importance for nurses to be familiar with these new agents and their associated side effects. Affiliation

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Laura S. Wood, MSN, RN, OCN Laura S. Wood, MSN, RN, OCNAdvances in surgical techniques and understanding of the molecular patholobiology of renal cell carcinoma have led to significant improvements in   (more ...)



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