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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Catheter Useage

Intermittent Catheters Exclusives
August 5, 2014

Eric S. Rovner, MD
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Quality of Life in Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Eric Rovner, MD presents the results of a study which looked at the prevalence of urinary catheterization among patients with multiple sclerosis and the impact this had on their quality of life.

Best Practices for Management
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Intermittent catheterization can have a significant physical and/or emotional impact on patients' lives. Clinicians need to consider the various concerns patients have in their teaching and recommend possible strategies.

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