continence


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Synonyms for continence

Synonyms for continence

the exercise of self constraint in sexual matters

voluntary control over urinary and fecal discharge

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Participants who perform PFM exercises have a better rate of returning to urinary continence post-RP than those who do not (Centemero et al.
The outcome variables were: age at attainment of day- and night-time urinary continence; toilet training methods used; duration of toilet training; and factors which affected the age at attainment of urinary continence.
Results: The continence rate was significantly higher at the 12-month evaluation in patients who preoperatively had an International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) score of >22 and who were at a low risk according to the D'Amico classification (p<0.
sup][7] Another study showed that men who were younger than 65 years had significantly higher controllability of continence than those who were older than 65 years.
The clinical evaluation was graded using Kelly's clinical score of continence.
M2 PHARMA-January 6, 2016-US FDA Clears Torax Medical's Fenix Continence Restoration System to Treat Fecal Incontinence
These changes, introduced in April 2015, saw many local authorities withdraw continence from their core offer, thereby reducing capacity for early intervention and placing greater pressure on both primary and tertiary care.
It is important that you have a continence assessment by continence professional so that an appropriate continence management plan can be developed.
There are various ways to manage incontinence or bladder problems and these will depend on the type of incontinence you have, he said and added that, a continence assessment by continence professional is important so that an appropriate continence management plan can be developed.
Urinary continence was evaluated by a urologist through clinical evaluation; no urodynamic studies were done.
AN Assembly Member is urging the Welsh Government to respond to a report on continence.
In Australia, over 180,000 older people live in nursing homes and 68% of these older people required urinary continence care (UC), including bladder management and assistance with toileting (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2011).
A NORTH East MP has called for improvements in paediatric continence services to help ensure children who experience problems with their blad der or bowel have access to effective services.
The 40% complete continence response is 1) similar to that observed with the sacral nerve stimulation trial that resulted in Food and Drug Administration approval in the absence of a double-blind, controlled trial (Ann.