Tag: urine incontinence
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…
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.
More research on stroke patients’ bladder control needed
Bladder control research among stroke survivors is urgently needed.
Incontinence solutions: The benefits of urine absorbent products
Anatomy of an absorbent product
Cochrane reviews on urine incontinence research
Cochrane reviews about urine incontinence