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  • An update on the drug safety of treating erectile dysfunction. [Journal Article]
    Expert Opin Drug Saf 2019; 18(10):965-975Gul M, Serefoglu EC
  • Introduction: Treatment options for erectile dysfunction (ED) have evolved over the last two decades, particularly after the introduction of phosphodiesterase type-5 inhibitors (PDE5Is). The path, however, has not been straightforward with issues raised regarding safety and toxicity following ED treatments. Areas covered: A literature review was conducted on current evidence related to the safety…
  • Combination therapy for erectile dysfunction involving a PDE5 inhibitor and alprostadil. [Review]
    Int J Impot Res 2018; 30(5):203-208Moncada I, Martinez-Salamanca J, … Romero J
  • The phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors (PDE5Is) are the first-line treatment option for men with erectile dysfunction (ED), with alprostadil considered a second-line choice. Consideration has to be given to patients who fail these treatments and what their options are. This review evaluates the data on the combination of a PDE5I with alprostadil in patients who have previously failed therapy with eit…
  • Erectile dysfunction post-radical prostatectomy - a challenge for both patient and physician. [Review]
    J Med Life 2017 Jan-Mar; 10(1):13-18Bratu O, Oprea I, … Mischianu D
  • Post-radical prostatectomy erectile dysfunction (post RP ED) is a major postoperative complication with a great impact on the quality of life of the patients. Until present, no proper algorithm or guideline based on the clinical trials has been established for the management of post RP ED. According to literature, it is better to initiate a penile rehabilitation program as soon as possible after …
  • Penile rehabilitation after pelvic cancer surgery. [Review]
    ScientificWorldJournal 2015; 2015:876046Aoun F, Peltier A, van Velthoven R
  • Erectile dysfunction is the most common complication after pelvic radical surgery. Rehabilitation programs are increasingly being used in clinical practice but there is no high level of evidence supporting its efficacy. The principle of early penile rehabilitation stems from animal studies showing early histological and molecular changes associated with penile corporal hypoxia after cavernous ner…
  • Management of erectile dysfunction post-radical prostatectomy. [Review]
    Res Rep Urol 2015; 7:19-33Saleh A, Abboudi H, … Vale JA
  • Radical prostatectomy is a commonly performed procedure for the treatment of localized prostate cancer. One of the long-term complications is erectile dysfunction. There is little consensus on the optimal management; however, it is agreed that treatment must be prompt to prevent fibrosis and increase oxygenation of penile tissue. It is vital that patient expectations are discussed, a realistic ti…
  • Current status of penile rehabilitation after radical prostatectomy. [Review]
    Korean J Urol 2015; 56(2):99-108Kim JH, Lee SW
  • Although disease-free survival remains the primary goal of prostate cancer treatment, erectile dysfunction (ED) remains a common complication that affects the quality of life. Even though several preventive and therapeutic strategies are available for ED after radical prostatectomy (RP), no specific recommendations have been made on the optimal rehabilitation or treatment strategy. Several treatm…
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