In the current article the risk profiles are defined for frequent and/or severe febrile UTIs requiring hospital treatment. From the results obtained in this study a basic strategy for treatment of symptomatic infections is formulated.
We are all human beings but let’s face it, our anatomy is not the same. Men and women experience gender-specific challenges when it comes to urological complications and there are differences that need to be taken into account when addressing these problems.
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).
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
The benefits of patient centered care cannot be overestimated. A holistic approach reveals avenues for care that might otherwise be left neglected – opportunities missed to enhance the wellbeing of the patient. But what would a working model look like when it concerns patients with neurogenic bladder and bowel?