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What does DLPP stand for?

DLPP stands for Detrusor Leak Point Pressure


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One of the most important concepts to be put forth in recent years is that "adequate storage at low intravesical pressure" will avoid deleterious upper urinary tract changes in patients with bladder outlet obstruction and/or neuromuscular lower urinary tract dysfunction. Application of this concept to patients with storage problems caused by decreased compliance has also resulted in the concept of the "leak point" as a significant piece of urodynamic data. This "detrusor leak point pressure.
The procedure helps to decrease urinary outflow resistance due to detrusor sphincter dyssynergia. The objective is to reduce the intravesical voiding pressure mediated by bladder contractions against a contracted external urethral sphincter. The goals of sphincterotomy are to stabilize or improve renal function, prevent urosepsis, and ameliorate autonomic dysreflexia. This is considered to be an irreversible procedure. Following TURS, with lower detrusor leak point pressure.
Efficacy and positive benefit/risk of tamsulosin hydrochloride was not demonstrated in two studies conducted in patients 2 years to 16 years of age with elevated detrusor leak point pressure (>40 cm H2O) associated with known neurological disorder (e. g. , spina bifida). Patients in both studies were treated on a weight-based mg/kg schema (0. 025 mg, 0. 05 mg, 0.