Urodynamic science

Urodynamic science is the investigation of urinary-related difficulties.

As a healthcare scientist in urodynamic science, you’ll help to diagnose problems and plan the treatment of patients with urinary-related conditions.

Working life

You’ll use special equipment to record pressures, urine flows and muscle activity to diagnose problems and help plan the treatment of patients.

As a healthcare scientist working in urodynamic science, you’ll:

Who will I work with?

You’re likely to work as part of a team that includes doctors specialising in genito-urinary medicine, specialist nurses and healthcare assistants.

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