Promoting urinary continence
Francine Cheater Senior Lecturer in Clinical Audit, Eli Lilly National Clinical Audit Centre, Department of General Practice, University of Leicester
This article describes the causes and management of urinary incontinence. It relates to UKCC Professional Development categories: Reducing risk and Care enhancement
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10, 42, 47-54.
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