Many women struggle for years to find a solution to their bladder problems, without success. Intermittent Self Catheterisation (ISC) can provide that solution, yet barriers exist to the teaching, learning and ultimate adherence with the therapy.
This is the first study performed in Nepal to identify the rate of intermittent catheterisation (ISC) continuation after a rehabilitation program, among individuals with spinal cord injuries (SCI).
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), women’s health is a concern of high priority as women face greater difficulties in getting the healthcare they need... and we couldn't agree more.
An open dialogue about coexisting symptoms is an essential for building a foundation for better clinical outcomes and increased quality of life.
Topics: Scientific Papers, Clinical Studies, Neurogenic Bladder, Bladder Management, Science Alert, Incontinence, Continence, Bowel Management, Neurogenic Bowel, Urology, wellspect, bladder and bowel interaction