Experience with self intermittent catheterisation for women with neurological dysfunctions of the bladder

Abstract

Twenty-four women with neurological dysfunctions of the bladder were trained in the technique of self intermittent catheterisation (SIC). Although all of them mastered the technique, four patients had to be discontinued from the programme for various reasons while still hospitalised and three others elected to return to Foley drainage, for reasons of… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sc.1982.28

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