Urinary retention: issues of management and care
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Urinary retention: issues of management and care

Mark Wareing Urology specialist nurse, The Horton Hospital in Banbury, Oxfordshire

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Urinary retention is the most common urological emergency encountered by nursing staff in A&E. Yet the clinical management and nursing care of this condition has attracted limited coverage in the nursing literature.

Emergency Nurse. 11, 8, 24-27. doi: 10.7748/en2003.

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