Essential contents

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[ Patient ]

Who are today’s OAB patients? OAB impacts individuals of both genders. It's not limited to elderly patients as commonly believed. It disrupts active lives and plans. Today's seniors differ from the past

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[ Patient ]

Perception of ageing. Older people’s health condition: a constant evolution

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[ Patient ]

Repercussions and consequences of OverActive Bladder (OAB)


[ Diagnostic ]

Dynamic analysis of bladder diaries helps shed light on urge mechanisms

Bladder ultrasound


[ Diagnostic ]

Remote patient measurement ‘reliable’ for postvoid residual bladder volume

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[ Diagnostic ]

Overactive bladder index provides objective tool for diagnosing children

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[ Pathology ]

OAB effects on sleep and depression greatest among those taking antidepressants

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[ Patient ]

Patient preferences and expectations in OAB

A pivotal challenge
in the OAB management

A key challenge involves the gap between patients recognizing Overactive Bladder (OAB) symptoms and seeking care promptly, leading to an exacerbated impact. A primary contributing factor is the limited awareness and understanding among patients about incontinence and OAB, creating a significant barrier to timely assistance. Closing this knowledge gap is crucial to minimizing delays in seeking help for OAB.


19.0 years old

is the current average life expectancy at the age of 65 for a European people

62.3 %* of 58-68 years old

feel 5 to 15 years younger than their actual age
*French men and women (2023)

61.0 % of OAB patients

under the age of 65 work

75.0 %* of 62-71 years old

travel at least once a year; a similar percentage as for 25-61 years old
* French men and women (2014).

< 60.0 Years old

Not only eldery patients, contrary to popular belief, the average age of OAB patients is <60 years old in the majority of cases

Upcoming events

Paris, France 5 - 8 april 2024

39th Annual EAU Congress

Pierre Fabre is proud to support the upcoming EAU Congress. Led by the European Association in Urology, the congress will take place in Paris from the 5th to 8th of April. Whether or not attending the congress in person, physicians will have the opportunity to access relevant content related to this event through a dedicated section. Let’s take advantage of this valuable resource and stay informed about the latest breakthroughs in urology.

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Join us for the 1st Urology Webinar by Pierre Fabre

Please click the link to register for the webinar. This session is designed for healthcare professionals seeking in-depth insights into the clinical nuances, best practices, and cutting-edge treatment approaches for managing Overactive Bladder. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the complexities associated with OAB, including its impact on patients quality of life and potential comorbidities.

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Our commitment in urology

40 years pioneering urology

As we continue to make strides in urology, we are supporting patients with Overactive Bladder (OAB) and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).