A quick, non-invasive and painless test, which aims to identify the disorders responsible for incorrect urination.
Uroflowmetry is a test to determine the urinary flow of urine. The patient in intimate conditions urinates to the flow meter, which then subjects the urine stream to analysis, measuring its volume and flow rate. Then the device creates a graph, called the voiding curve, on which characteristic parameters are presented. Ready results are interpreted by a urologist. After uroflowmetry, abdominal ultrasound is performed to assess urine retention after voiding.
The study is intended for people who suffer from:
In addition, the test is performed on patients in whom we assess:
What disorders can diagnose the test:
you should report with a full bladder