The PedSpace

Preparing Caregivers for Recovery after Surgical Intervention for VUR

June 14, 2021 Palette Life Sciences Season 3 Episode 2
The PedSpace
Preparing Caregivers for Recovery after Surgical Intervention for VUR
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The PedSpace
Preparing Caregivers for Recovery after Surgical Intervention for VUR
Jun 14, 2021 Season 3 Episode 2
Palette Life Sciences

In this episode, Dr. Aaron Bayne discusses the results of a study he conducted entitled “Parental Perception of Bladder Spasms and Hematuria After Surgery for VUR: A Prospective Multicenter Study.” He explains how the data from the study now informs his patient counseling.


To read the abstract, click here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32423705/


Dr. Bayne has a special interest and training in pediatric minimally invasive surgery and has advanced training in minimally invasive reconstruction of the urinary tract. He is also part of the pediatric robotic surgery unit at OHSU. He has research interests in minimally invasive surgery, health disparities in treatment of urologic disease, fetal urinary tract anomalies and in advancing non-invasive methods for evaluation of childhood urologic conditions. He has expertise in all areas of pediatric urology and has published a number of book chapters and articles on various topics in pediatric urology.

In his spare time, Dr. Bayne enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He also enjoys running, swimming, hiking, skiing, rock climbing, singing and reading.

Show Notes

In this episode, Dr. Aaron Bayne discusses the results of a study he conducted entitled “Parental Perception of Bladder Spasms and Hematuria After Surgery for VUR: A Prospective Multicenter Study.” He explains how the data from the study now informs his patient counseling.


To read the abstract, click here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32423705/


Dr. Bayne has a special interest and training in pediatric minimally invasive surgery and has advanced training in minimally invasive reconstruction of the urinary tract. He is also part of the pediatric robotic surgery unit at OHSU. He has research interests in minimally invasive surgery, health disparities in treatment of urologic disease, fetal urinary tract anomalies and in advancing non-invasive methods for evaluation of childhood urologic conditions. He has expertise in all areas of pediatric urology and has published a number of book chapters and articles on various topics in pediatric urology.

In his spare time, Dr. Bayne enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He also enjoys running, swimming, hiking, skiing, rock climbing, singing and reading.