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Using ISC to self-manage bladder dysfunction

Video of a women explaining how she uses intermittent self catheterisation (ISC) to successfully manage her neurogenic bladder dysfunction.

Intermittent self catheterisation (ISC) can be used to self-manage bladder dysfunction.

In Week 1, you met ‘Anne’ who has multiple sclerosis and lives with both urinary and faecal incontinence.

In this video, ‘Anne’ explains how she uses ISC to successfully manage her neurogenic bladder dysfunction.

Your task

Make a list of the different factors that can affect a person’s ability to learn, and then use ISC to manage their bladder problems in the longer term.

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Understanding Continence Promotion: Effective Management of Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction in Adults

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