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  1. Catheters and Catheterization

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    For those who cannot empty their bladder the normal way, intermittent catheterization is the therapy of choice to maintain urethral health.

  2. What you should know about Autonomic dysreflexia

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    In this publication highlight you will learn more about autonomic dysreflexia (AD) an how to manage an AD episode.

  3. Scientific Review on Incomplete Emptying

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    In this scientific review you will learn more about incomplete emptying causes and treatment.

  4. Navina Smart Data

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    Navina™ Smart Data - for Healthcare Professionals is a unique source of information providing knowledge in the field of transanal irrigation.

  5. Goal Attainment Scaling in Neurogenic Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction

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    In this publication highlight you can read more about how to evaluate neurogenic bladder and bowel dysfunction with a patient-centric tool, goal attainment scaling, to individualize management. 

  6. Scientific Review of Reuse vs Single-Use Catheters

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    A surprisingly high number of patients reuses catheters intended for single-use every day putting them at risk for unnecessary complications. Single-use hydrophilic catheters for intermittent catheterization lower the risk for short- and long-term complications and are a convenient and preferred choice for many patients.

  7. Scientific Review of No-Touch Catheter / Technique

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    Introduction of a no-touch catheter/technique for intermittent catheterization seems to be well accepted both by caregivers and patients and it is not necessarily associated with higher costs. On the contrary, it could potentially reduce costs, saving time and errors in the healthcare system and reduce infection complications in general. The clinical evidence level is low for using no-touch technique/catheter to reduce UTIs but current available studies suggest benefits of it.

  8. Scientific Review of Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI)

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    Catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI) are common in the hospital setting with consequential morbidity and mortality. The risk of bacterial adhesion and invasion of the urinary tract increases with use of an indwelling catheterization and may be reduced by adopting intermittent catheterization using hydrophilic single-use catheters.

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