Neuropathic bladder and intermittent catheterization: social and psychological impact on children and adolescents.

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This paper describes part of larger study involving 40 families of children and adolescents with neuropathic bladder looking at the psychosocial impact of catheterization on them and their families. This study focuses on their experiences of clean intermittent catheterization (CIC) and self-catheterization (SC). Twenty-eight children and adolescents (11… (More)

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@article{Edwards2004NeuropathicBA, title={Neuropathic bladder and intermittent catheterization: social and psychological impact on children and adolescents.}, author={Melinda Edwards and Malgorzata Borzyskowski and Antony Cox and Janet Badcock}, journal={Developmental medicine and child neurology}, year={2004}, volume={46 3}, pages={168-77} }