We provide a starter set of core educational materials for a selected program, sectioned into key topics.
Bladder Care 21 items
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Urinary Catheterization: Staying Healthy with an Indwelling Foley

Safety tips for using an indwelling Foley catheter (cath).

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Urinary Catheterization: Staying Healthy when an Indwelling Foley is Removed

Urinary catheterization (cath) staying healthy. Follow these instructions to maintain bladder health after removal of an indwelling Foley

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Caring for Urinary Supplies: General Guidelines

Follow these safety tips when handling urinary supplies at home. · Wash hands before handling supplies, including retrieving from delivery container, and gloves if necessary

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Urinary System Overview

After a disabling event, it is common for bladder habits to change. Some people have problems emptying their bladder, while others may have urinary accidents.

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Ostomy Care

Always empty the pouch when one third or less full. Change the pouch

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Bowel Function After Spinal Cord Injury (Download)

This fact sheet from the spinal Cord Injury Model System (SCIMS) provides valuable information about bowel function after a spinal cord injury.

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Bowel System: Common Problems

Common bowel problems, symptoms and management techniques below.

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Bowel System: Understanding the Digestive Process

People with disabilities often experience a change in bowel patterns. Understanding how the digestive system works can help people adjust to their bowel changes.

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