Managing and teaching intermittent catheterisation - Abstract

Intermittent catheterisation provides a safe and effective alternative to indwelling catheterisation for many patients who require bladder drainage.

It can be undertaken by health professionals in a variety of clinical settings for a range of clinical indications and, more commonly, by patients themselves. This article will consider intermittent catheterisation, its indications as a bladder drainage technique and considerations for community nurses when teaching the technique.

Written by:
Mangnall J.   Are you the author?
Continence Advisor, Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust.

Reference: Br J Community Nurs. 2015 Feb 2;20(2):82-8.
doi: 10.12968/bjcn.2015.20.2.82

 
PubMed Abstract
PMID: 25651282

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