Minimally Invasive Therapies in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Anticoagulated Cases: A Study of Satisfaction and Safety

Purpose: We evaluated patient satisfaction with and the safety of vacuum therapy and self-injection during warfarin treatment of impotent men. Materials and Methods: In a 24-week prospective study 33 patients were assigned to vacuum therapy or intracavernous injections with crossover at 12 weeks. Patients maintained diaries, and were followed with physical examinations, coagulation studies and … Continue reading Minimally Invasive Therapies in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Anticoagulated Cases: A Study of Satisfaction and Safety