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.
In today’s world, people are so used to expecting things to get done quicker. They want their coffees to be served faster; they want to transfer their money faster… They value their time but do not want to give up on the quality of the processes.
As we are living in an “online” world today, knowing notions like “IoT”, “Industry 4.0” and “Smart” is a step to the future. In our “present versions” which parts of technology are we using?
You can find the “The Concept of Doctorpreneurship” Part I blog post here. Doctorpreneurs: Dr. Tom Rolley Tom is a GP and is passionate about transitioning medicine to a more functional way of using the overwhelming amount of medical information currently available. He is a proponent of just-in-time medicine, modelled from the learnings of lean […]
To understand the concept of “doctorpreneurship” firstly, we have to know what doctorpreneurship means.