Continence and older people: the importance of functional assessment
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Continence and older people: the importance of functional assessment

Lesley Wilson Clinical Manager, Snowdon Rehabilitation Centre, Southampton City Primary Care Trust

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Continence problems among older people are debilitating, embarrassing and uncomfortable but, despite widely held views to the contrary, with sound assessment their effects can be minimised.

Nursing Older People. 15, 4, 22-28. doi: 10.7748/nop2003.06.15.4.22.c2260

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