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  1. Incontinence and its management
  2. Stress Incontinence - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-06-11
  3. Ask about SUI.(Guest Editorial)(stress urinary incontinence): An article from: Internal Medicine News by Roger Dmochowski, 2004-02-01
  4. Regaining Bladder Control: For Incontinence on Exertion or Following Pelvic Surgery by Eileen Montgomery, 1989-04-01
  5. Neurobiology of Incontinence - Symposium No. 151 by CIBA Foundation Symposium, 1990-08-24
  6. The 2002 Official Patient's Sourcebook on Fecal Incontinence: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-07
  7. An Epitaph and an Elegy for a Prostate: Incontinence, Impotence and Artificial Urinary Sphincter by Gene Washington, 2001-09
  8. The 2002 Official Patient's Sourcebook on Urinary Incontinence: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-07
  9. The Official Parent's Sourcebook on Urinary Incontinence With Children: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-07
  10. In Control: Hel with Incontinence by Penny Mares, 1989-12
  11. Urinary Incontinence by Pat D. O'Donnell MD, 1997-01-15
  12. The 2009-2014 Outlook for Ostomy and Incontinence Products in Greater China by Icon Group International, 2009-07-07
  13. Disorders of the Female Urethra and Urinary Incontinence
  14. Urinary incontinence in adults (SuDoc HE 20.6520:UR 3/4) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 1992

101. Incontinence Center Page
Information about incontinence and services provided by the center.
AT GREATER CAROLINAS WOMEN'S CENTER Director RICHARD R. BOESEL M.D. Member of American Uro-Gynecologic Society Member of International Continence Society
What is Incontinence?
How Does the Bladder Work?
Available Services-
We are committed to the complete diagnosis and treatment of all types of urinary incontinence . We offer the latest surgical and non-surgical alternatives. We treat " stress ," " urge ," " overflow " and " transient " incontinence. Lake Norman Center for Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Other useful links National Association for Continence (NAFC)

Simon Foundation
Link to " Services " page / " Providers " page I would like more information I would like to be a patient Back to Home Page
Designed by Richard Boesel M.D.

102. RML Raynworth
Switzerland. Specializes in supply, retrofit, and upgrade of baby diaper, adult incontinence, and feminine hygiene product conversion lines. Services include onsite installation and training.
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103. AllRefer Health - Urinary Incontinence (Incontinence - Urinary, Loss Of Bladder
Urinary incontinence (incontinence Urinary, Loss of Bladder Control, UncontrollableUrination, Urination - Uncontrollable) information center covers

Channels :: Yellow Pages Reference Health Home ... Contact Us Quick Jump Abdominal Pain Anxiety Blood in Urine Blood Pressure, High Blood Pressure, Low Breast Lump Chest Pain Constipation Depression Diarrhea Dizziness Dry Skin Fatigue Hair Loss Headache Heartburn Incontinence Indigestion Insomnia (Sleeping Difficulty) Low Back Pain Menstrual Periods, Abnormal Obesity Red Eye Seizures Skin Rash Sore Throat Swelling Urinary Frequency/Urgency Weakness 300+ More Symptoms Topics Alternative Medicine Health News Symptoms Guide Special Topics ... Medical Encyclopedia
Web You are here : Health Medical Symptoms Guide Urinary Incontinence
Urinary Incontinence
Definition Common Causes
Call your Health Care Provider if
What to Expect at your Health Care Provider's Office ...
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Alternate Names : Incontinence - Urinary, Loss of Bladder Control, Uncontrollable Urination, Urination - Uncontrollable Definition Incontinence is the inability to control the passage of urine. This can range from an occasional leakage of urine, to a complete inability to hold any urine. The two main types of urinary incontinence are:
  • Stress incontinence occurs during certain activities like coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercise.

104. University City Physical Therapy Home Page
Located in San Diego, specializes in orthopedics and treatment of incontinence. Site contains useful education and advice for patients.
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105. Urinary Incontinence
Penn State Hershey Medical Center provides world class care and services to patients.

106. Poligof
Italy. Multilayered extruded polyethylene films for packaging, hygiene disposables and technical applications. Backsheets, coverstock and barrier films for diapers, sanitary napkins, panty liners and adult incontinence products.

107. How To Care Incontinence
incontinence can also occur as a side effect of medication or surgery. incontinencemay result from some of the diseases and impairments that come with
Things You Should Know

Things to Look For

Questions to Ask

Steps to Take
Home Care

How to Care: Incontinence
Key Words
bladder control, bowel control, bladder training, bladder retraining, bowel training, bowel retraining, bowel management, constipation, continence, continence management, functional incontinence, incontinence, mixed incontinence, overflow incontinence, pelvic muscle exercises, stress incontinence,toileting, urge incontinence, urine loss, urine retention Glossary
Bladder training/bladder retraining:
A method of treating incontinence. Incontinence: The loss of bladder or bowel control. Urologist: A physician specializing in the urinary and urogenital tract. Urethra: The canal leading from the bladder. Incontinence, the loss of bladder or bowel control, affects more than 1.5 million Canadians. However, embarrassment, frustration, fear and social stigma prevent many people from discussing incontinence. People often fail to seek information and immediate help for the problem. Individuals and caregivers, therefore, miss out on opportunities for an early assessment and diagnosis. Incontinence, in many instances, can be successfully treated, managed or even cured. Incontinence affects:
  • one in five Canadians over 65
  • more than half of all seniors in long-term care institutions

108. Virtual Hospital: Department Of Urology: Urinary Incontinence
incontinence is certainly a common problem that we see in urology. Urinaryincontinence is a common problem. Patients should not feel embarrassed or
Urinary Incontinence: Frequently Asked Questions
Karl Kreder, M.D.
Department of Urology
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Creation Date: March 2000
Last Revision Date: March 2000
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed Incontinence is certainly a common problem that we see in urology. It tends to be somewhat more common as patients age, but certainly it cuts across all age groups and sexes. The good news is that incontinence is generally a very treatable problem. However, it is important to have a good and complete evaluation prior to treatment. Urinary incontinence is a common problem. Patients should not feel embarrassed or apprehensive about talking to their physicians about this condition. The majority of patients can be successfully treated using either conservative or surgical therapy. Incontinence should not be considered in an inevitable part of getting older. The best source of information for the patient with incontinence is their family physician. They will be able to either diagnose and treat the problems themselves or make an appropriate referral. I am a 43-year-old female; 3 full term pregnancies. I have urinary leakage. I wear a pad everyday. Do I need surgery, or is there something else available?

USA. Wholesale distributors of baby diapers, wipes and care products, adult incontinence disposables, and geriatric, medical and hospital supplies. Also, veterinary products. Export marketing services.

110. Virtual Hospital: Nonsurgical Treatments For Stress Urinary Incontinence In Wome
Nonsurgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence is less risky and often History Stress urinary incontinence (SUIsee note 1) represents leakage
Nonsurgical Treatments for Stress Urinary Incontinence in Women
Ingrid Nygaard, M.D.
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
First Published: Fall 2001
Last Revised: February 2003
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed Highlights:
  • Stress urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine that occurs when, in the absence of a detrusor contraction, increased intraabdominal pressure raises intravesical pressure above the maximum urethral pressure. Physiotherapy, medications, bladder training, or vaginal and urethral devices are therapeutic options to be considered before surgery is contemplated. Nonsurgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence is less risky and often less costly than surgery.
History: Stress urinary incontinence (SUIsee note 1) represents leakage that accompanies rises in intraabdominal pressure, such as that occurring with a laugh, sneeze, cough, or lift. Genuine stress incontinence is thus defined as the involuntary loss of urine that occurs when, in the absence of a detrusor contraction, intravesical pressure exceeds maximum urethral pressure. Factors that may contribute to or cause SUI include childbirth, chronic coughing from smoking or pulmonary disease, persistent urinary tract infections, obesity, and infrequent voiding. Some medications, such as alpha-blockers used for hypertension, may cause SUI by affecting urethral sphincteric function. Women of all ages may experience SUI and may greatly benefit from improved therapeutic approaches.

111. Pelvic Pain & Vulvodynia
Provides basic information about this rare disorder written by expert, Diane Newman.
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pelvic health incontinence
... children and bedwetting
Sponsors by Diane K. Newman, RNC, MSN, CRNP, FAAN The area of pelvic health in women is a growing area of concern for health care providers as well as women with disorders that involve the pelvic area (bladder, pelvic floor muscle, rectum and uterus.) Chronic pelvic pain and vulvodynia, two frustrating pelvic disorders seen in young adult women, are not well understood. Research on these two conditions, which are often linked under the umbrella of "chronic pain syndromes", is scarce, especially as it relates to successful treatments. Women with these complaints tend to visit specialists who provide non-surgical treatments for incontinence and other pelvic disorders because they seem appropriate. This article will provide an overview of the clinical picture of both conditions, describe specific evaluation techniques, and outline practical treatment options that can be provided. Article topics:

112. Fecal Incontinence
Explains causes, diagnosis, treatment, and emotional considerations. Also reviewsfecal incontinence in children. Includes a list of additional resources.
Email To A Friend Home Digestive Diseases A-Z List of Topics and Titles : Fecal Incontinence
Fecal Incontinence
On this page:
Anatomy of the rectum and anus. Fecal incontinence is the inability to control your bowels. When you feel the urge to have a bowel movement, you may not be able to hold it until you can get to a toilet. Or stool may leak from the rectum unexpectedly. Loss of bowel control can be devastating. People who have fecal incontinence may feel ashamed, embarrassed, or humiliated. Some don't want to leave the house out of fear they might have an accident in public. Most try to hide the problem as long as possible, so they withdraw from friends and family. The social isolation is unfortunate but may be reduced because treatment can improve bowel control and make incontinence easier to manage. Top
Fecal incontinence can have several causes:
  • Constipation
    damage to the anal sphincter muscles
    damage to the nerves of the anal sphincter muscles or the rectum
    loss of storage capacity in the rectum
    pelvic floor dysfunction
Constipation is one of the most common causes of fecal incontinence. Constipation causes large, hard stools to become lodged in the rectum. Watery stool can then leak out around the hardened stool. Constipation also causes the muscles of the rectum to stretch, which weakens the muscles so they can't hold stool in the rectum long enough for a person to reach a bathroom.

113. UCSF Women's Health Clinical Research Center Home (WHCRC)
Center of focused research in the areas of breast health, dementia, HIV in women, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, and urinary incontinence.

114. Continence Foundation Of Australia
14th National Conference on incontinence. 19 22 October 2005 Crown PromenadeHotel Melbourne - Victoria. Australia, the world leader in this area of
Home About the CFA Membership Incontinence What is it? ... Continence Forums Continence Awareness Week, 7-13 August 2005 'Weak bladder or bowel?
Don't let it hold you back'
Click on images for a PDF printable version Find out more on the events that took place during the Week.. read more
An opportunity not to be missed!
The National Continence Helpline is looking for nurses.... read more
What men need to know about their health .....a special winter issue of Bridge newsletter... click here to downlaod PDF vrsion (file size 1.9MB) File size 1.9MB Getting good advice Misbehaving bladder or bowel? Perhaps you've had enough of planning your day around the toilet. Or maybe as soon as you arrive home and put that key in the front door, you 'lose it'.... how to go about getting help 14th National Conference on Incontinence 19 - 22 October 2005
Crown Promenade Hotel
Melbourne Victoria Australia, the world leader in this area of health … this is the primary Australian event for anyone with an interest in pelvic floor rehabilitation and bladder and bowel control…
Click here for a PDF copy of the registration brochure/program.

115. THE MERCK MANUAL, Sec. 17, Ch. 215, Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence The involuntary leakage of urine. Urinary incontinence isabnormal regardless of age, mobility, mental status, or frailty.

116. Vale Care Shop - Suppliers Of Nursing Care Products.
offering a full range of incontinence products to the UK from leading manufacturers.
HEALTH CARE AND MOBILITY PRODUCTS Vale Care Shop, specialises in providing a complete personal service for nursing homes from the smallest family run home to some of the biggest nursing home groups in the country. From set up and commissioning of large modern projects to reliable supply of all of the essentials, Vale Care Shop has established itself as the leader in the honest value, quality nursing home supplies. From small beginnings Vale Care now provides a complete service to Nursing and Residential Homes. Together Vale Care is sharing its knowledge of caring to nursing homes, representing over 10,000 beds in the U.K. alone. Our Mission "To provide Care Homes and Carers alike with quality products at competitive prices coupled with professional advice and a friendly reliable service" Vale Care Shop Unit 3, Millennium Point, Broadfields, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire,
HP19 8TQ, England

117. THE MERCK MANUAL OF GERIATRICS, Ch. 99, Urinary Incontinence
Yet, urinary incontinence is abnormal regardless of age, mobility, mental status, Moreover, incontinence often causes the affected person to feel

118. BHT BICMA Hygiene Technologie GmbH, Mayen, Special Machinery For The Hygiene Ind
Germany. Manufacturers of feminine hygiene, nursing pads and adult incontinence products. Multilingual site.

119. PaperPak - Home
USA. Manufacturers of adult incontinence disposables. Also, personal care products, wet and dry wipes, and packaging materials for the food processing industry. Links to healthcare organizations.
Welcome to PaperPak - A Better Brand of Caring Deutsch Espanol Français Svenska English Home Continence Information Careers Contact ... Sitemap
Abc Abc Abc Home Welcome to PaperPak - A Better Brand of Caring PaperPak is a world leader in the manufacturing and marketing of disposable incontinence products. For many years, customers, caregivers and consumers have trusted and relied upon the quality and performance of the full range of adult incontinence brand products from PaperPak including the industry preferred Attends®. Sitemap

120. - Adult Conditions - Bladder - Minimally
What is minimally invasive management of urinary incontinence? Minimally invasivetherapies can lead to improvement in incontinence but not necessarily

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