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This article seeks to explore the clinical practice of urinary catheter fixation. Traditionally, this area of practice has been neglected and nurses are familiar with tension lesions and dermal problems associated with inappropriate or incorrect urinary catheter fixation. A novel solution to this problem is a catheter fixation device. This device secures… (More)
This article examines the issues of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women and a new treatment option now available; FemSoft, an intraurethral insert. SUI is the most common type of urinary incontinence in women. There are many causes, risks and predisposing factors that nurses need to be aware of, both in treating the complaint and preventing future… (More)
This article presents a case history of the process followed by a group of nurses who used their power and influence to improve the provision of continence services within the National Health Service in England. The process and outcomes demonstrate how nurses can achieve change using their political influence combined with a planned or evolving strategy.