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  1. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Feminine Urinary Incontinence: A Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2005-01-30
  2. Practical Aspects of Urinary Incontinence (Developments in Surgery)

141. Incontinence In Men
The causes of male urinary incontinence may be many and varied. We review thecauses the treatments and the options available to make life a bit more
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142. Embrace Healthcare Web Site
Supplier of incontinence care products.

143. Incontinence Can Be Controlled
At least 13 million Americans experience urinary incontinence, the involuntaryleakage of urine sufficient to be a problem, and 11 million of them are women
Incontinence Can Be Controlled
by Carolyn J. Strange No one wants to talk about it. Patients don't bring it up. Physicians don't ask. Meanwhile, millions suffer in silence as urinary incontinence erodes their quality of life. When it is discussed, all too often, patients are toldincorrectlythat it's a normal consequence of aging and that they should just get used to it. Misconceptions about incontinence abound among health-care professionals and the public alike. At least 13 million Americans experience urinary incontinence, the involuntary leakage of urine sufficient to be a problem, and 11 million of them are women, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). Incontinence is also more common in older people. It's not surprising that about half of nursing home residents are incontinent since it's a major cause of institutionalization, according to numerous sources. But that doesn't mean it's a normal part of being a woman or of aging. "Incontinence is never normal at any age," says Neil Resnick, M.D., chief of gerontology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. "It's treatable in the vast majority of people, most of whom have full continence restored. Most of the remaining people can at a minimum be improved," he says. Despite its prevalence, urinary incontinence is widely underdiagnosed and underreported, and many health-care providers remain uneducated about it, according to a 1996 clinical practice guideline update from the Agency for Health Care Policy Research. It's also expensive. Americans spent about $27.8 billion on incontinence in 1995, according to NIDDK. The health-care impact is likely to increase as the baby boomers age.

144. Dsgil
Hong Kong. Multinational company, specialised in the manufacture and distribution of disposable baby diapers, adult incontinence, feminine hygiene and training pants products. Web Mail

145. ACS :: Managing Incontinence
Some men develop loss of bladder control, or urinary incontinence, after beingtreated for prostate cancer. The condition can be temporary,
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Some men develop loss of bladder control, or urinary incontinence, after being treated for prostate cancer. The condition can be temporary, and it may be just a matter of time before those muscles are strong enough again to control urination, or it may be chronic and a possible long-term side effe... ACS News Center Medical Updates News You Can Use Stories of Hope ... I Want to Help You can help in the fight against cancer. Donate and volunteer. It's easy and fun! Learn more Managing Incontinence Managing Incontinence After Prostate Cancer Treatment Article date: Loss of bladder control is called urinary incontinence. Some men develop incontinence after being treated for prostate cancer. The condition can be temporary, and it may be just a matter of time before those muscles are strong enough again to control urination, or it may be chronic and a possible long-term side effect from the cancer treatment. Regardless, help is available. There are many ways to treat incontinence. Types of Incontinence
There are three types of incontinence. Each type has its own symptoms:

146. Incontinence Can Be Managed.
incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine from the bladder, or faeces (bowelmotion) from the bowel. It can affect people of all ages.

147. Kegel Exerciser - Female Urinary Stress Incontinence Treatment - Home
Offers an exerciser designed to help women perform Kegel Exercises. FDA approved as a treatment for stress incontinence.
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It is estimated that 25 million Americans are affected by chronic urinary incontinence. No other medical problem in the US directly affects so many and receives so little attention from the medical community, government, news media and research funding agencies. You don't need to be a statistic. Put some control back in your life with the Kegel Exerciser TM
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148. Stress Urinary Incontinence
Disease profile contains incidence, cause, description, differentiating features,and treatment.

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description The symptom includes involuntary loss of urine during physical exertion with increased intrabdominal pressure, such as with coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercise, lifting or sitting. The urine loss is usually not a large amount but the frequency with which it occurs may require wearing a pad constantly to avoid embarassment.
Is it common? Urinary incontinence has been reported to affect 35% of American women over 50 years of age an almost 15% who have leakage on a daily basis. Approximately 60% of women with incontinence will have stress incontinence. Differentiating
features When lying down with legs apart, coughing produces a visible spurt of urine from the urethra. Standing up, with one leg on a stool and holding a paper towel over the perineum and coughing produces a wet stain on the paper towel. A cotton-tipped stick lubricated with xylocaine gel is placed into the urethra up to, but not through the internal urethral sphincter (Q-tip test). With straining or coughing, the stick rises more than 30 degrees from it's resting angle. This demonstrates urethral hypermobility and differentiates genuine stress incontinence from an intrinsic urethral sphincteric insufficiency (ISD) without hypermobility.

149. Urology Associates Of North Georgia
Scalpel free vasectomy, incontinence procedures, and vasectomy reversals. Practice information, frequently asked questions, and related health links.
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150. Incontinence / Family Village
This foundation publishes information about incontinence and has organized incontinence aids, research, surgeries and medications, and emotional support
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International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD)
P.O. Box 170864
Milwaukee, WI 53217
This foundation offers support groups, a newsletter and educational information on functional gastrointestinal disorders and bowel incontinence.
National Association for Continence (NAFC)
P.O. Box 1019
Charleston, SC 29402 -1019 E-mail: Website:
This a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with incontinence. NAFC's purpose is to be the leading source of education, advocacy and support to the public and to the health professional about the causes, prevention, diagnosis, treatments, and management alternatives for incontinence. This association publishes a wide variety of educational materials related to incontinence, the NAFC also sponsors a Continence Referral Service to help individuals find health professionals in their areas who specialize in the treatment of bladder control problems.
Simon Foundation for Continence P.O. Box 815

151. Willkommen Bei Koester
Germany. Selfadhesive and mechanical closure systems for disposable diapers, adult incontinence and medical products. Also, industrial and custom made closure systems. Part of the Lohmann Group. English and German.

152. HDIS: Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies
Home Delivery incontinence Supplies delivers incontinence products discreetly toyour door, offering the largest variety, secure online shopping,
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HDIS specializes in incontinence supplies and has for over 17 years. We deliver a wide variety of products (Attends , Depend , Poise , Serenity , plus many more!) conveniently to your door in discreet, unmarked boxes. Our friendly, knowledgeable Customer Care Representatives are here to help you choose the products that will best meet your needs. Plus, HDIS is also the only place where you can find the leading direct-to-consumer brand, Reassure
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153. Provides Medical Equipment And Health Care Supplies.
Specializes in healthcare equipment and supplies such as ambulatroy aids, urological supplies, incontinence products, dressings, ostomy products, enteral supplies, orthopedic supports, and other lines, including tracking and forecasting of recurring needs. specializes in providing health care equipment and supplies for use in the home. Orders placed today will usually arrive within two business days.  Create an account and a secure, private Personal Home Page. You can also create a standing order (we only ship when you tell us to) for your recurring needs.
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154. Alzheimer's Society Factsheet - Incontinence
The Alzheimer s Society is the leading UK care and research charity for peoplewith dementia, their families and carers. This site is frequently updated
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Incontinence Incontinence can be upsetting and humiliating for the person with dementia as well as stressful for the carer. However, there are many ways in which the situation can be improved for everyone concerned. Here are some suggestions. Incontinence is not an inevitable symptom of dementia. There are many different reasons why a person with dementia may become incontinent. It is important to seek advice as soon as possible and to ensure that the person with dementia and the carer receive appropriate help and support. Incontinence occurs when someone loses control of their bladder (urinary incontinence) or their bowels (faecal incontinence).
This may happen all or most of the time or only occasionally. Urinary incontinence is far more common than faecal incontinence. Both may be due to conditions which are treatable so the first step is to consult the GP.
Treatable conditions
Among the conditions which may cause urinary incontinence are:
  • A urinary tract infection. This usually responds to treatment with medication.

155. Interstitial Cystitis
Information about this condition, its diagnosis, and its treatments including diet, behavior modification, and other alternatives from expert Diane Newman.
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by Diane K. Newman, RNC, MSN, CRNP, FAAN Article topics:
Interstitial cystitis (IC), IC is a bladder syndrome found mostly in women that can result in a severe, debilitating, and chronic disorder. In the United States, IC affects approximately 500,000 persons of which the majority are women. Persons with IC have a bladder wall that is tender and easily irritated, which leads to uncomfortable symptoms. Women with IC complain of severe urinary urgency, frequent urination, lower abdominal or perineal pain and pressure, painful sexual intercourse, and, in many cases, urinary incontinence. IC begins gradually and becomes progressively worse. Symptoms may go away for a period of time (remission), but usually return. Many persons with IC, especially women, are misdiagnosed. Women with chronic IC and severe nocturia may experience depression due to sleep deprivation. Many doctors believe that IC has psychosomatic origins and tell women patients, “It’s all in your head.” This is not true. The exact cause of IC is not universally understood, but includes a variety of causes such as chronic infection of the bladder, lymphatic disease, autoimmune disorders (self-attacking disease where the body turns on itself), and even psychologic and neurologic conditions.

156. Stress Incontinence In Women - Patient UK
Stress incontinence is the most common form of incontinence. Exercises to strengthenthe pelvic floor muscles are the usual treatment.
Stress Incontinence in Women
Stress incontinence is the most common form of incontinence. Exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles are the usual treatment. A treatment option in some cases is surgery to 'tighten' or support the bladder outlet.
Understanding urine and the bladder The kidneys make urine all the time. A trickle of urine is constantly passing to the bladder down the ureters (the tubes from the kidneys to the bladder). You make different amounts of urine depending on how much you drink, eat and sweat. The bladder is made of muscle and stores the urine. It expands like a balloon as it fills with urine. The outlet for urine (the urethra) is normally kept closed. This is helped by the muscles beneath the bladder that sweep around the urethra (the pelvic floor muscles). When a certain amount of urine is in the bladder, you become aware that the bladder is getting full. When you go to the toilet to pass urine, the bladder muscle contracts (squeezes), and the urethra and pelvic floor muscles relax. Complex nerve messages are sent between the brain, the bladder, and the pelvic floor muscles. These make you aware of how full your bladder is and tell the right muscles to contract, or relax, at the right time.

157. Incontinence-Urinaire
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158. Urinary Incontinence
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Urinary incontinence (UI) is the accidental or unwanted leakage of urine. An estimated 1.5 million Canadians have some type of bladder control problem, and most are women. Urinary incontinence can develop at any age, but as we get older it becomes more common because of changes in the body and illness that effect bladder function. However, studies show that only about 30 percent of people with incontinence seek treatment. Embarrassment or the belief that there is nothing that can be done may stop women from seeking treatment. This is unfortunate since there are many treatments available and most cases of urinary incontinence can be improved or cured. Most healthy people will empty their bladder about every three to four hours (four to eight times in 24 hours). Getting up once at night to urinate is normal. But getting up more often at night, leaking urine when doing activities, or not being able to hold your urine until you reach a nearby bathroom is not normal.

159. Dept Of Medical Physics & Bioengineering
Department has a broad range of interests Biomedical Optics Radiation Physics Quantitative Medical Imaging incontinence Lasers and Endoscopy MRI Medical Graphics Implated Devices
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at Alton Towers. The Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering is a joint department of University College London (UCL) and the UCL Hospitals Trust . The academic and research work of the Department is concentrated primarily within a short distance from the main UCL campus. It also has laboratories on three other nearby sites: University College Hospital, Middlesex Hospital, and Whittington Hospital. The spectrum of Medical Physics activities undertaken in this Department is probably the broadest of any in the United Kingdom. Roughly one half of the 130 members of staff are employed by the UCL Hospitals to provide medical physics service. The rest are principally involved in the pursuit of academic research, including industrial contract research, and teaching activities associated with the graduate and post-graduate degrees offered by the Department. Members of the Department have access to an exceptionally wide range of workshop, laboratory and clinical facilities. There are substantial departmental computing facilities, including a range of modern computers and workstations. Access to the major academic computer centres is available through the University data network. A large range of scientific test equipment is available for physiological measurement, MRI, optics, acoustics, audiology, x-ray and radiation dosimetry. These facilities allow fundamental ideas and inventions to be taken from initial development to full clinical trials and subsequent commercial manufacture where appropriate.

160. Clinical Evidence Women S Health Stress Incontinence
Stress incontinence. Search date December 2004. Joseph Onwude Prevention ofpostnatal stress incontinence by antenatal and postnatal pelvic floor muscle

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