The relationship between incontinence, toileting skills, and morbidity in nursing homes
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Protocol for the value of urodynamics prior to stress incontinence surgery (VUSIS) study: a multicenter randomized controlled trial to assess the cost effectiveness of urodynamics in women with symptoms of stress urinary incontinence in whom surgical treatment is considered Leijsen, S.A. van; Kluivers, K.B.; Mol, B.M.; Broekhuis, S.R.; Milani, F.L.; Vaart, H.C.H. van der; Roovers, J.P.W.M.; Bongers, M.Y.; Boon, J.; Spaans, W.A.; Leeuw, J.W.; Dietz, V.; Kleinjan, J.H.; Brölmann, H.A.M.; Roos, E.J.; Schaafstra, J.; Heesakkers, J.P.; Vierhout, M.E. (2009)BACKGROUND: Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a common problem. In the Netherlands, yearly 64.000 new patients, of whom 96% are women, consult their general practitioner because of urinary incontinence. Approximately ...
Rectal balloon training as add-on therapy to pelvic floor muscle training in adults with fecal incontinence: A randomized controlled trial Bols, E.; Berghmans, B.; Bie, R. de; Govaert, B.; Wunnik, B. van; Heijmans, M.W.; Hendriks, E.; Baeten, C. (2012)
Deutekom, M; Terra, M.P.; Dobben, A.C.; Dijkgraaf, M.G.; Felt-Bersma, R.J.F.; Stoker, J.; Bossuyt, P.M. (2005)