P S Pinkowski

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  • P S Pinkowski
  • Journal of wound, ostomy, and continence nursing…
  • 1996
Approximately 50% of residents in United States long-term care facilities are incontinent of urine. Federal regulations require nursing facilities to move away from caring for incontinent residents in a custodial fashion and toward a rehabilitative model. Prompted voiding is one technique that has been thoroughly tested in long-term care facilities and(More)
  • P S Pinkowski
  • Journal of wound, ostomy, and continence nursing…
  • 1996
Urinary incontinence is a common and expensive problem in United States long-term care facilities. The impact of urinary incontinence on residents, family, and staff is significant and may be exacerbated by lack of appropriate assessment and management. Aging, hospitalization, and resident and staff attitudes and behavior all affect a resident's continence.(More)
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