A Critical Review of the Development of a Software Package for Clinical Urodynamics

  • J. G. Malone-Lee
  • C. R. Chapple


Urodynamic investigation has undoubtedly been greatly refined and facilitated by the use of the modern generation of microcomputers which increase our ability to generate large quantities of physiological data. Manual techniques of data storage, analysis and interpretation are tedious, time-consuming and lead to observer transcription errors. The solution is to develop a software package to provide these facilities. A comprehensive data-processing system should fulfil the following criteria. It should be:

  1. 1.

    Easy to use and demand minimal computing experience



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  • J. G. Malone-Lee
  • C. R. Chapple

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