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Fast Facts: Erectile Dysfunction, 4th edn

By Culley Carson and
Chris G McMahon

Published 2008

92 pages, 22 illustrations

ISBN 978-1-903734-67-4

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem and the source of considerable morbidity, both for individuals and within relationships. With more and more individuals demanding access to the simple, effective treatments that are now available, healthcare professionals must be able to offer the confident and confidential support and advice they require.

This fourth edition of Fast Facts: Erectile Dysfunction provides an in-depth review of the overall management of ED and is an invaluable source of information for specialist nurses, nurse practitioners, primary care physicians and all healthcare professionals who are likely to encounter men with this condition.

  • Succinct but comprehensive, expert advice on the underlying causes of ED
  • A detailed approach to diagnosis, including questions to ask the patient and the sexual health inventory for men
  • A thorough review of all possible treatment options
  • Simple, effective illustrations that support key clinical information
  • New chapter on ejaculatory dysfunction

Contents

  • Epidemiology and pathophysiology
  • Diagnosis and therapeutic options
  • Pharmacological treatment
  • Vacuum devices
  • Surgical treatment
  • Associated medical conditions
  • Ejaculatory dysfunction
  • Useful resources

Reviews

"If you don't own this book yet, buy it, borrow it or steal it! You need it." 5 star Amazon review, February 2009

Recommended information for patients
EmbarrassingProblems.com - erection problems
PatientPictures.com - Urology & Genitourinary Medicine

 

The authors

Culley Carson

Professor and Chief of Division of Urology, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA


Chris G McMahon

Associate Professor, University of Sydney, and Director, Australian Centre for Sexual Health, Berry Road Medical Centre, St Leonards, Australia


 

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