Overactive bladder (OAB) is commonly seen throughout the world and has a signficant burden on the lives of affected individuals. Successful clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction are dependent on timely identification of symptoms, appropriate evaluation, effective communication and patient education, and realistic treatment plans and goals. For optimal results, approaches to OAB management should be tailored to the characteristics, comorbidities, and needs of each patient. At the present time, diagnostic lags are common among patients with OAB, and patient dissatisfaction with traditional therapies is high.
In this virtual roundtable, an expert faculty panel discuss care decisions for 3 different patients with OAB. The faculty will discuss optimal treatment approaches for each featured patient, focusing on the need to consider the unique needs and preferences of each individual when making therapeutic decisions.