This document addresses the diagnosis and management of urinary incontinence in men, women, frail/disabled older people, and children. It also considers neurogenic urinary incontinence. The condition is more prevalent in women than men, and shows significant increase in incidence with the progress of age. The guidelines are written by urologists for urologists, and aim to provide sensible and practical guidance on the clinical problems of urinary incontinence rather than an exhaustive narrative review.
In this 2015 edition searches were done on the ‘Assessment and Diagnosis’ chapter and on the subject of mirabegron in the ‘Drug Treatment’ chapter (Table 1).