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Related to functional incontinence: overflow incontinence, urge incontinence, reflex incontinence
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There is no specific treatment for functional incontinence, but you may be able to avoid accidents by adopting a policy of 'timed voiding,' so that your bladder is emptied at predictable times.
Interventions for functional incontinence include physical rehabilitation, use of assistive devices, space planning/furniture rearrangement, use of a bedside commode, assistance with transfers, elimination of chemical/physical restraints, treatment of depression, scheduled voiding times, decreased intake of fluids at night, and discontinuation of or change of dosing time for diuretics.
Functional incontinence happens in many older people who have normal bladder control.
UrAssist[TM] is a discreet, portable urine collection and containment system developed for men and women with limited mobility suffering from urge or functional incontinence.
Functional incontinence affects people with disabilities.

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