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Bladder & Bowel Management research group invited speakers at the UK Continence Society Annual Conference

Published: 31 March 2021
UKCS

Sandra Wilks, Microbiologist and Margaret Macaulay, Senior Research Nurse from the Bladder & Bowel Management Research Group were invited speakers at this year's virtual UK Continence Society annual conference in Glasgow, 1st - 5th March 2021.

Urinary catheters are an essential product for many people who have difficulty emptying their bladder.  However, they are associated with a range of problems some of which cause significant morbidity and cost to individuals and the NHS.

Below you can hear about the related clinical and environmental issues, current developments in design and research for indwelling catheters and intermittent catheters.



Indwelling catheters & biofilms

Indwelling catheters & biofilms: understanding the problem and implications for improvements

Catheters

Reusable intermittent catheters

Could reusable intermittent catheters be an option?

Catheters
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