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Regaining bladder control: Strategies for stroke caregivers

Evidence exists that stroke carers can help stroke survivors regain bladder control after a stroke. It seems, however, that this is not a routine practice. Instead, Bladder leakage is managed with pads and catheters without treating the cause. Jo Booth, Professor of Rehabilitative Nursing at Glasgow Caledonian University.1 What can…

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How a stroke causes urine incontinence

Stroke can result in either urinary incontinence or retention. It occurs as a result of the killing of neurons that are responsible in regulating the peeing.

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Cochrane review on interventions for urinary incontinence after a stroke
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More research on stroke patients’ bladder control needed

Bladder control research among stroke survivors is urgently needed.

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Incontinence solutions: The benefits of urine absorbent products

Anatomy of an absorbent product

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Cochrane reviews on urine incontinence research

Cochrane reviews about urine incontinence

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