Ran Pang

Guang’anmen Hospital

Ran Pang is a consultant urologist and leader in functional urology and urodynamics at Guang’anmen hospital, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. After completing residency training, he was accepted to a clinical fellowship with Peking University in 2005. Subsequently, he joined a research fellowship at Mayo Clinic, USA, in 2011, and a urodynamic fellowship at Dalhousie University, Canada, in 2015. As a leading expert, prof. Pang also serves on several international organizations as well as local professional committees, such as chair of the Publication and Communication Committee, International Continence Society, and vice-chair of the Pelvic Floor Disorder Group of Urology Committee, Chinese Association of Integrative Medicine. Additionally, he received the Albert Nelson Lifetime Achievement award in 2017.

2books edited

3chapters authored

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Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) refer to a group of conditions, such as urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse, due to weakened or injured pelvic muscles and connective tissues. People with PFDs face several social, mental, and physical health effects due to the bothersome symptoms. In this book, experts and researchers from different countries present the latest evidence in diagnosis and treatment of PFDs. Chapters cover such topics as pelvic floor muscle activity, PFDs and pregnancy and childbirth, non-invasive therapy, dysfunctional voiding in children, and much more.

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