Home Manometry

We understand it can be overwhelming for parents to manage their child’s urology conditions. At CHOC, we want to support our patients and their families throughout treatment. Urology diagnoses often come with many questions, and we are proud to offer home manometry resources as answers that may be helpful for families whose children have spina bifida and neurogenic bladder.

CHOC Urology Center provides instructions for how to record home bladder pressure and volume measurements. Funding for the home manometry initiative was graciously supported by One Wish Grants, a program presented by the CHOC Foundation and its Board of Directors.

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How to Record Bladder Pressure & Volume - Girls

How to Record Bladder Pressure & Volume - Boys

How to Record Bladder Pressure & Volume – Mitrofanoff