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Release Date: 5 Oct 2020
Expiration Date: 23 Sep 2021
Last Reviewed: 23 Sep 2020
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Nocturia is defined as the need for patients to get up at night on a regular basis to urinate. A period of sleep must precede and follow the urinary episode for it to count as a nocturnal void. Nocturia is often described as the most bothersome of all urinary symptoms and is also one of the most common. Nocturia can be associated with long-term sleep deprivation, in addition to the inconvenience that it causes. Many patients are reluctant to mention nocturia to their providers, or mistakenly believe it is a normal part of aging. This activity describes the pathophysiology, evaluation, and management of nocturia and stresses the role of the interprofessional team in the care of affected patients.
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Authors: Stephen Leslie, Hussain Sajjad
Editors: Shashank Singh
Editors-In-Chief: Nisha Kumar
Chief Medical Reviewer: Stephen Leslie
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Pharmacy Planner/Reviewer/Editor: Mark Pellegrini
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