The "costs" of urinary incontinence for women.

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OBJECTIVE To estimate costs of routine care for female urinary incontinence, health-related quality of life, and willingness to pay for incontinence improvement. METHODS In a cross-sectional study at 5 U.S. sites, 293 incontinent women quantified supplies, laundry, and dry cleaning specifically for incontinence. Costs were calculated by multiplying… (More)
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@article{Subak2006TheO, title={The "costs" of urinary incontinence for women.}, author={Leslee L. Subak and Jeanette Sara Brown and Stephen R. Kraus and Linda Brubaker and Feng Lin and Holly Elizabeth Richter and Catherine S. Bradley and Deborah G. Grady}, journal={Obstetrics and gynecology}, year={2006}, volume={107 4}, pages={908-16} }