Table 99Summary of studies included in the clinical evidence review

ABRAMS 2003187Adults with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction due to suprasacral spinal cord injuryTamsulosin 0.4
0.8 mg
4 weeks
O’RIORDAN 1995188Men < 50 yrs with multiple sclerosis and symptoms of urinary tract dysfunctionIndoramin 20 mg twice daily
4 weeks
PETERSEN 1989189Adults with neurological conditions < 70 yrs with difficulty voiding and detrusor hyperreflexiaPrazosin 3 mg three times daily
6 weeks
SCHULTE-BAUKLOH 2002190Children with upper motor neurone lesions with detrusor hyperreflexiaAlfuzosin
> 2 yrs 2.5 mg three times daily
< 2 yrs 0.625 mg two or three times daily
Before vs after treatment3 weeks

From: 10, Treatment to improve bladder emptying

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