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incontinence


Incontinence is a widespread condition with a range of different causes and treatments, writes Louis Roller  Incontinence is a term that describes any accidental or involuntary loss of urine from …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Future perspectives of anticholinergics for the treatment of asthma in adults and children This review discusses the potential future …

It’s important to get to the underlying causes of faecal incontinence, writes Jarrod McMaugh Incontinence is a distressing issue for individuals who experience it, as well as their family or …

Five million Australians are affected by incontinence, but many don’t seek help or don’t know the most appropriate product… This presents a huge opportunity for pharmacy Sue Blinman, manager of …

Pharmacists can have a strong role to play in helping patients manage this embarrassing condition, writes Jarrod McMaugh Urinary incontinence is a the term to describe the involuntary loss of …

Pharmacists can play a key role in helping incontinence be taken seriously As it gets ready for World Continence Week in June, the Continence Foundation of Australia has highlighted survey …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news The Management of Urinary Incontinence Urinary incontinence (UI) is a common problem, especially in women, and it can significantly …

Incontinence carries a stigma that makes it difficult for many sufferers to ask their pharmacist for help, writes 2010 PSA Pharmacist of the Year Karalyn Huxhagen. Preparing the pharmacy to …

Osteoporosis weakens more than just bones, as new research suggests it is closely linked to incontinence in older women. Middle-aged and older women with osteoporosis have a much higher incidence …