|Purpose of module
|| The ICIQ-N provides a brief and robust measure
to assess the impact of symptoms of nocturia on quality of life and
outcome of treatment. This short and simple questionnaire is also of
use to general practitioners and clinicians in both primary and secondary
care institutions to screen for nocturia, to obtain a brief yet comprehensive
summary of the level and impact of nocturia and to facilitate patient-clinician
discussions. Its brevity also makes the ICIQ-N an ideal research tool.
|Lanuage versions available
Dutch for Belgium
German for Austria
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