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Learn the results of a cross-sectional survey exploring how performing intermittent catheterization (IC) can impact a patient’s connections with others and their quality of life.
IC has benefits, such as helping prevent urinary tract infections, but it also has physiological and psychological risk factors. Read the results of a survey exploring the emotional aspects of using intermittent catheters, including depression, anxiety, empowerment, and confidence.
Learn the results of a qualitative descriptive design study identifying barriers and facilitators to integrating intermittent catheterisation (IC) into patients’ daily lives.Read More
This event provides Spinal Cord Injury and Urology nurses with a unique opportunity to network with colleagues, and learn the latest developments and standards in the fields of SCI and Urology nursing...Read More
Learn the results of a retrospective chart review assessing how often SCI patients experience urinary tract infection (UTI) after they begin performing intermittent catheterization (IC).Read More
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