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Archivos Españoles de Urología (Ed. impresa)

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BENITEZ NAVIO, Julio et al. Paradigmas urodinamicos: Desde la teoría fibrilar renacentista, hasta la flujometría-doppler actual. Arch. Esp. Urol. [online]. 2005, vol.58, n.1, pp.25-42. ISSN 0004-0614.

To perform a historical introduction and a review of the mathematical model, emphasizing that our mathematical model may be the solution to the viscoelastic model. It is evident that the same experiment has been repeated over half a century, with similar results in all cases. We also show one of the projects we are working on: the electro-vesicogram for the evaluation of the filling phase, and Doppler uroflowmetry for the study of the voiding phase. METHODS: We have chosen and studied in depth the results Dr. Virseda presents in his thesis of one of the experiments performed in relation to the viscoelastic model. After applying analytical methods we reach a differential equation we suppose defines detrusor behaviour, as it has been explained by the viscoelastic model. The solution of this equation by means of the Laplace’s transform enables to obtain the values of the incognitas set by urodynamics. Besides, we analyzed the behaviour of solutions´ stability using a matricial method following the Lyapunov theory. The former may solve the incognitas for the voiding phase. We used urethral Doppler with simultaneous uroflowmetry to obtain the data equations demanded; this is what we named "Doppler uroflowmetry". The filling phase was studied by superficial electromiography. We named it "electrovesicogram". We attach images for both doppler wave and electrovesicogram. They both are the projects we are working on. RESULTS: Currently we can only explain the methodology we are following. Indeed, this article is the first of a series in which we aim to explain the methodology we are following in detail: Doppler wave capture; mounting process photogram by photogram, and vectorization and cleaning of the wave, either Doppler or flow waves; treatment in autocad to obtain the vector; and management of the vector with the matalab software, which gives us the results we are looking for. CONCLUSIONS: It is intuitive to deduct the usefulness of these methods as not invasive techniques in the urodynamic diagnosis. We have our illusions in these projects which open a window to the future.

Palabras clave : Urodynamics; History; Doppler; Doppler flowmetry; Electrovesicogram; Non invasive urodynamics; Viscoelastic model; Doppler and urodynamics.

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