We are all equal, but some are more equal than others? Gender-specific differences in bladder management

Apr 23, 2020 9:33:09 AM

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. 

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Topics: Women's Health, Bladder Management, ISC, LUTS, Men's Health

Women and Intermittent Catheterisation

Jan 23, 2020 1:48:35 PM

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.

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Topics: Women's Health, Clean Intermittent Catheterisation, ISC, Self-catheterisation, Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms

Science Alert - November 2016

Nov 11, 2016 11:29:00 AM

November's highlight article describes the outcome of a health-economic evaluation, comparing hydrophilic-coated with non-coated catheters for intermittent catheterization. The study uses computer modeling to simulate a population with life-long intermittent catheter use.

The results show that from the age of 40, the life-long use of hydrophilic-coated instead of non-coated catheters avoids on average 18 complications per patient and reduces healthcare costs by $10,184 per patient. This translates into a quality of life gain of 0.55 quality-adjusted life-years (QALYs).

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Topics: Scientific Papers, Clinical Studies, Women's Health, Spinal Cord Injury, TAI, Science Alert, ISC, MS, Neurogenic Bowel, UTI, FGM, Self-catheterisation

Science Alert - October 2016

Oct 12, 2016 10:18:00 AM

In October's Science Alert our Medical Affairs Team present a highlight article titled Intermittent catheterisation: why it should be taught within a community setting.

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Topics: Scientific Papers, Clinical Studies, Women's Health, Spinal Cord Injury, Science Alert, ISC, Incontinence, Continence, UTI, Self-catheterisation

Science Alert - September 2016

Sep 15, 2016 12:33:00 PM

In September's Science Alert our Medical Affairs Team present a highlight article titled Long-Term Cost Effectiveness of Transanal Irrigation in Patients with Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction.

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Topics: Scientific Papers, Clinical Studies, Women's Health, Spinal Cord Injury, Science Alert, ISC, Incontinence, Continence, UTI, spina bifida, Self-catheterisation