Restoring Bladder, Bowel and Sexual Function after SCI – Berkeley Spinal Network

Presenter: Graham Creasey, MD, Professor of Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, Stanford University

Dr. Creasey discusses a pacemaker developed in Britain that is capable of producing an erection as well as emptying the bladder and bowel, reducing infection and the use of catheters by men and women with SCI. Dr. Creasey is developing this solution further for people with SCI in the US. The presentation describes the advances made and future directions in the control of bladder function.

ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT02978638

If you are interested in the clinical trial, you may contact one of the following:

Dr. Creasey gcreasey@stanford.edu
Dr. Zhao shenru.zhao@va.gov
Dr. Latev zoia.latev@va.gov
Dr. Ehsanian rezaehsanian@gmail.com

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One Response to Restoring Bladder, Bowel and Sexual Function after SCI – Berkeley Spinal Network

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is this available in Australia please?

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