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Patel, O'Bichere, Joseph, Lindsetmo

Incontinence

Minimally Invasive Therapies

Incontinence

Hardcover, 180 p., 40 ill.

Verlag: Springer

ISBN: 978-1-4471-4341-3

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  • The inclusion of simple practice points and tips in table form at strategic steps assists the reader to provide hands-on management of the patient with these ‘tricks of the trade
  • Contains x-sectional anatomic photographs, schematic diagrams, tables and charts
  • Fully illustrated diagrams act as learning tool by allowing a recapitulation of the topics covered

Incontinence: Minimally Invasive Therapies is a book which effectively uses a multidisciplinary approach to assist health professionals in their care of patients with urinary and fecal incontinence. It is recognized that the best outcomes are achieved by a multidisciplinary team approach especially with regard to complex cases and care of the elderly. Incontinence affects 1 billion people (anal and urinary), with most being women. It is underreported, but as more specialisation is occurring in the diagnostic and treatment field, teams are establishing themselves. Incontinence: Minimally Invasive Therapies provides an important guide for new teams establishing these groups and refine already established groups. Incontinence: Minimally Invasive Therapies is of benefit to family physicians/general practitioners, nurses, urologists, gynaecologists, physiotherapists, geriatricians, neurologists and rehabilitation specialists.