New Publication: Assessment of a clinical pathway for investigation of haematuria that reduces the need for cystoscopy
Published on 23 Dec, 2020 |
Assessment of a clinical pathway for investigation of haematuria that reduces the need for cystoscopy. Davidson, et.al., 2020
The clinical outcomes of 884 patients with haematuria who presented to their general practitioner were reviewed in this clinical study that involves an initial screening using a urinary biomarker of bladder cancer (Cxbladder Triage™ (CxbT)) in combination with either a renal ultrasound or a computed tomography imaging. The combination of CxbT and imaging reliably identifies patients with haematuria who can be managed safely in primary care without the need for a secondary care referral and a flexible cystoscopy.
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