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Bladder Management

Build your skills and deepen your knowledge with insights, on-demand learning and effective tools from the field of Bladder Management.

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Training

Whether you want to refresh your knowledge or build new skills, you’ll find all the learning you need here. E-learning modules, webinars, masterclasses, offline material and events – all designed for healthcare professionals working in your field.

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Clinical Evidence

Find, read and download scientific articles on key topics in your area and get the clinical evidence you need to select the right solution for your patients.

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Patient Care

Starting on a new product or treatment can be difficult. Find the tools you need to train and guide your patients into to good management routines.

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Resources

Finding the right product or treatment can be challenging but there are plenty of ways for you to solve patient cases. Take a look at our troubleshooting catalogue of how to videos, instructions, step-by-step guides etc.

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Products

Coloplast offers a range of innovative ready-to-use catheters that ensure safe and simple catheterisation for men and women living with bladder issues.

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Anatomy and Physiology

Learn more about anatomy and physiology - including the digestive system and urinary system

HCP Resources for Bladder Management

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Adherence to ISC

Intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC) has long been recognised as the gold standard in treating bladder issues. But research indicates that non-adherence is still alarmingly high. Why are patients not adhering to treatment – and how can you support them in doing so?

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Dealing with UTIs

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the concerns that catheter users and nurses rank highest. On average, an intermittent catheter user has 2,7 UTIs per year. What can be done to bring this figure down?

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Training IC is a complex task – and no two patients are the same…

Although patient needs will always be different, there are a number of things you can do to make sure you plan and conduct an effective IC training. In this section, you’ll find tips on what your training session should consist of as well as hands-on advice from experienced nurses. We also provide training tools that you can use and share with your patients.