Friday, June 30, 2006

Urinary Incontinence: common problem, not commonly r eported


Urinary Incontinence: common problem, not commonly r eported
PharmaLive.com (press release), PA - Jun 29, 2006 LONDON, June 28 2006- Despite not being a widely acknowledged affliction, Urinary Incontinence (UI) is a relatively common condition, with up to 23% of the

Alzheimer's stages: How the disease progresses
MayoClinic.com - Jun 26, 2006 pajamas on over their daytime clothes or their shoes on the wrong feet. They may also have episodes of urinary or fecal incontinence.

Urinary incontinence: common problem, not commonly reported
Pharmaceutical Business Review - Jun 29, 2006 Despite not being a widely acknowledged affliction, urinary incontinence (UI) is a relatively common condition, with up to 23% of the female population

Urinary Catheter Use Often "Inappropriate" in Hospitalized Elderly
Journal of American Medical Association (subscription), IL - Jun 27, 2006 without a specific medical indication for urinary catheterization received the female gender; chronic illness; cognitive impairment; incontinence; inability to

Southmead Hospital of England to Treat Prostate Cancer Patients
Genetic Engineering News, NY - Jun 28, 2006 retaining the same level of erectile function post-treatment as their pre-treatment levels and there have been no cases of urinary incontinence lasting more

Incontinence