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Summary of evidence of hydrophilic coated catheters
Intermittent catheterisation (IC) is the ‘gold standard’ method for bladder emptying in patients with spinal cord lesions and neurogenic bladder dysfunction.
- Clean Intermittent Self-Catherisation
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Urethral Trauma
- User Evaluations
Supporting better adherence among patients engaged in intermittent self-catheterisation
A qualitative study sharing insights into the barriers to, and supporters of, adherent bahaviour – suggesting ways to work with patients performing IC to support better adherence
Continence Life Study Review
Get a holistic view on how to create IC adherence among your patients. Read about misconceptions patients have about their anatomy, the fears that prevents them from doing what they want or makes them not adhere and how you can address these things in your training to improve their quality of life.
Evidence on hydrophilic coated catheters
A thorough overview of the evidence showing the benefits of hydrophilic coated catheters compared to other intermittent catheters
A thorough overview of the studies leading to that intermittent catheterization has become the gold standard of bladder management