The course explores a broad range of biomedical engineering associated with the area of urology. Initially the course covers the basic physiology and biophysics of the urinary tract in health and disease, with particular reference to clinical incontinence. We then focus on clinical measurement and urodynamics as used by clinical scientists/engineers for diagnostic assessment. Finally, we study catheters and implantable devices including stents, sphincters, functional electrical stimulators and urological tissue engineering.

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