Tag: Urinary Incontinence
Upon testing the drug in mice models of spinal cord injury over a one-month period, they found that bladder volume decreased to near-normal size.
An experimental drug referred to as LM11A-31 could improve bladder function in patients who have sustained a spinal cord injury, according to researchers from The Ohio State University. The drug blocks pro-nerve growth factor (proNGF) and a receptor known as p75 which contribute to abnormalities in communication between neurons when nerves have been injured.
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180 Medical is one of America’s fastest growing “Nationally Accredited” providers of sterile use catheters, urologic and disposable medical supplies. We are dedicated to meeting the supply needs of customers with chronic medical diagnoses such as Urinary Incontinence, Spinal Cord Injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Transverse Myelitis, Spina Bifida, and many other urologic conditions that require catheterization.