Tips for Urologists and Patients on Performing and Interpreting Uroflowmetry Tests
Uroflowmetry is a non-invasive test that measures urine flow rate, which is crucial in diagnosing urological disorders. This article provides tips for urologists and patients on performing and interpreting uroflowmetry tests. Patient preparation, correct placement of equipment, normal voiding, and accurate interpretation of data are crucial in achieving reliable results. Understanding the test purpose, following instructions, and accurately interpreting results lead to better patient outcomes.
Increasing the Efficiency of Remote Working
According to the research conducted before the Covid-19 outbreak in 2019, the number of homeworkers has increased by 115% worldwide over the past decade.
Effective Online Meetings
When we are trying to adapt ourselves to the new normal, we are continuing to organize online meetings with our teams, customers, suppliers, distributors, and partners. And probably this new habit is the “new” part of the “new normal”.