No prior preparation, fasting or sedation!
Uroflowmetry is a simple, diagnostic screening procedure used to calculate the flow rate of urine over time During normal urination, the initial urine stream starts slowly, but almost immediately speeds up until the bladder is nearly empty. The urine flow then slows again until the bladder is empty.
In persons with a urinary tract obstruction, this pattern of flow is altered, and increases and decreases more gradually. The uroflowmeter graphs this information, taking into account the person’s gender and age. Depending on the results of the procedure, other tests may be recommended by your doctor if you have any problems urinating, like:
Service is located on the thirst floor at the outpatient department.