School nursing services are a vital Tier 1 pre-service element of a paediatric continence
Deputy Minister for Health, Vaughan Gething AM, replied, agreeing that continence
issues are not simply a matter for the older population.
I was concerned to hear that Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG does not commission an integrated continence
service which provides children with the help they need to address the full range of problems experi enced.
On your first visit, a continence
adviser will assess you and explain your treatment options.
problems can have a huge impact on a person's family, relationships, socialisation and employment.
Professor Humpal was a University of Chicago business school professor of organizational development who, until his death in 1990, gave above and beyond to the cause of promoting continence
The regulatory process requires an accurate assessment of the continence
status, the identification of any underlying potential reversible causes and the provision of services to reverse or minimize the incontinence--even stress incontinence.
The head of NHS Liverpool Community Health's Integrated Paediatric Continence
Service has already been awarded an MBE for her work in the field.
who developed the original concept of bladder and bowel care pathways in the UK, provide a guide for new nurses and nursing students to improving their care for patients with continence
Patel, has found that the periurethral suspension technique leads to increased urinary continence
rates at 3 months following robot-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (RALP).
As reported in the August issue of BJU International, men treated with RALP rather than standard prostatectomy had better recovery of urinary continence
and erectile function.
The Pacific Coast Region (PCR) of the Wound, Ostomy, and Continence
Nurses Society (WOCN) strives to ensure that all wound, ostomy, and continence
patients in California and Nevada receive the highest quality of nursing care.