Incontinence Management

Loss of bladder control – the physical background (men and women)

Bladder control weakness affects men and women of all ages. Caused mainly by muscle weakness, there are many different forms of the condition including stress incontinence - which predominantly affects women – and overflow incontinence, which is particularly common among elderly men.
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Incontinence Management

Leading an active life with bladder weakness

As urinary incontinence symptoms can be unpredictable and embarrassing, it can be hard for sufferers to lead an active life. But that doesn’t need to be the case. Discover self-help techniques and discrete products that could help patients manage their condition.
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Disinfection

Combatting sepsis: With hand hygiene and targeted strategies.

On this year’s World Hand Hygiene Day on 5 May 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) focuses on the prevention of life-threatening sepsis.
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Disinfection

European Antibiotic Awareness Day – a call to action

An efficient infection protection is the precondition for patient safety
Every year, on 18 November, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control raises the awareness about the use of antibiotics.
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Incontinence Management

Incontinence is a Global Issue

Proving that you’re not alone — this World Incontinence Week, we are discussing eight different cultures and how they deal with the topic. Join the conversation!
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