Management of bladder dysfunction and satisfaction of life after spinal cord injury in Norway.

@article{Hagen2014ManagementOB,
  title={Management of bladder dysfunction and satisfaction of life after spinal cord injury in Norway.},
  author={E M Hagen and T Rekand},
  journal={The journal of spinal cord medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={310-6}
}
BACKGROUND There is limited knowledge about bladder dysfunction and bladder management in persons with spinal cord injury (SCI) after discharge from the hospital in Norway. The impact of bladder dysfunction on satisfaction of life has been rarely explored. SETTING Community-based survey from Norway. METHODS An anonymous cross-sectional postal survey. A questionnaire was sent to the registered members of the Norwegian Spinal Cord Injuries Association. A total of 400 participants, with… CONTINUE READING

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There is limited knowledge about bladder dysfunction and bladder management in persons with spinal cord injury ( SCI ) after discharge from the hospital in Norway .
There is limited knowledge about bladder dysfunction and bladder management in persons with spinal cord injury ( SCI ) after discharge from the hospital in Norway .
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There is limited knowledge about bladder dysfunction and bladder management in persons with spinal cord injury ( SCI ) after discharge from the hospital in Norway .
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