Incontinence Management

Enhancing efficacy of incontinence treatment in an ageing population.

Our ageing population has resulted in a steady increase in patients suffering with bladder incontinence. Not only is this unpleasant for those affected, it has a direct impact on health economics. Patients, carers and healthcare professionals need to work together to manage the prevention and treatment of this societal disease.
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Incontinence Management

Travelling with incontinence

A diagnosis of incontinence doesn’t automatically mean an end to travelling. With a bit of preparation, a carefully thought through plan and a few useful hints and tips, sufferers can continue to be independent and carry on enjoying a mobile life.
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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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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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Disinfection

Hand hygiene against antimicrobial resistance: So simple – so good.

Händedesinfektion
Hand hygiene is the core element of a successful strategy against multidrug-resistant pathogens.
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