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Development and Clinical trial of a mixed (Multi/single-use) catheter management package for users of Intermittent Catheters
Impartial advice for continence product users and healthcare professionals
Cancer, Palliative and End of Life Care
Affiliate research group(s)
Continence Management, Cancer, Palliative and End of Life Care, Innovative and Essential Care, Active Living and Rehabilitation
This is a randomised controlled trial in which participants must be willing to use one of two intermittent catheterisation strategies which will be randomly allocated by computer.
This is part of the STAR programme: Development, Implementation & Integration of a Comprehensive Prostate Cancer Survivorship Programme into Practice (The STAR Programme: Personalised Supported Self-Management and Remote Monitoring for Men with Prostate Cancer).
Biofilm development on urinary catheters is a major healthcare issue, leading to infection and blockage. Here we are using advanced microscopy and viability techniques to improve our understanding of biofilm development and persistence on urinary catheters.
This randomised controlled trial is designed to find out whether people who suffer repeated urinary tract infections (UTI) related to the need to empty their bladders intermittently with a fine plastic tube (catheter); a process called clean intermittent self-catheterisation (CISC), benefit from taking continuous daily low-dose antibiotics (antibiotic prophylaxis).
Women can find using a bed pan or female urinal very difficult. This study will look at the merits of a particular type of female urinal in a hospital based palliative care setting.
The PADPROM Project: quality of life of pad users questionnaire
A clinical trial of devices for managing urinary incontinence (leakage from the bladder) when used by men who have persistent leakage after prostate surgery for cancer.
The project aims to understand community nurses' views about barriers and facilitators to undertaking nutritional screening using a qualitative approach.
Professor Mandy Fader
Faculty of Health Sciences, Building 67, Highfield Campus, university of Southampton. Southampton, SO17 1BJ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Room Number: 67/4006
Telephone: (023) 8059 6677