MP91-01 ELECTROHYDRAULIC LOW-INTENSITY SHOCKWAVE THERAPY FOR PDE5I-REFRACTORY ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY

  • Vinay J
  • Moreno D
  • Vives A
  • et al.
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CONCLUSIONS: Electrohydraulic LIST produced non-signifi- cant changes in erectile function at one-month follow up, compared to sham treated patients. Severity of ED, type of energy, intensity, fre- quency of shockwaves and follow-up length, together with limited sample size, could be in part responsible for this finding. More studies with larger sample size and longer follow-up, comparing different lith- otripters and shock wave protocols, are imperative to elucidate the real role of LIST in ED

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Vinay, J., Moreno, D., Vives, A., Rajmil, O., Ruiz-Castane, E., & Sanchez-Curbelo, J. (2017). MP91-01 ELECTROHYDRAULIC LOW-INTENSITY SHOCKWAVE THERAPY FOR PDE5I-REFRACTORY ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION: A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY. Journal of Urology, 197(4S). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.juro.2017.02.2841

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