NICE to Introduce Guidelines for Incontinence in Sufferers of Neurological Disease
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence are currently developing clinical practice guidelines concerning neurological disease related incontinence.
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence are currently developing clinical practice guidelines concerning neurological disease related incontinence. The guidance, for NHS use in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, covers a number of areas, including treatment to improve bladder storage and emptying, prevention of urinary tract infections, information, support and access to services.
Amy Bowen, Director of Service Development, MS Trust said “Bladder problems are among the most common symptoms reported by people with MS. They can have a significant impact on everyday life and people’s emotional well-being.
“There are many positive options to manage bladder problems and it is vital that people with MS have access to appropriate continence information and treatments. The MS Trust welcomes the development of the clinical practice guideline and will be ensuring that the needs of people with MS are represented in the consultation process.”
Adult incontinence is a common problem amongst men and women of a certain age but a variety of incontinence products are currently available to help to manage the problem and improve hygiene including many varieties of Incontinence Pants and Incontinence Pads.
Incontinence UK are an online supplier of high quality incontinence aids for men and women of any age, and also provide professional, discreet and personal service from an experience team of incontinence professionals.
MS related incontinence issues can be dealt with by nurses or specialist incontinence advisors. Depending on the nature of the problem, treatment can involve medication, bladder retraining, catheterisation or finding ways to control the effect of the symptom.
Visit Incontinence UK at www.incontinenceuk.co.uk for all of this information and more, or alternatively call our discreet advice helpline on FREEPHONE 0800 068 3625.
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- J Dunn
- Incontinence UK
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