Incontinence Industry Trends: Why Lower Cost Means Lower Quality
In 2008, the world market for urinary continence care devices of all kinds (mainly catheters and pads) was estimated to be US$1.8 billion per year. That being said, new products are consistently being developed to make life easier for those who need incontinence-related medical supplies. However, it's important to note...
Why are Voiding Diaries important?
Click Here For Downloadable Voiding Diary With Instructions. Having a voiding diary is beneficial when gauging your bladder health as one experiences changes. It is not only useful for you but can be extremely useful to your physician. They can use this to identify symptoms and triggers, more accurately identify your...
Preventing Stress Incontinence During Physical Activity: 4 Tips
It’s no secret that exercise is one of the keys to staying healthy, but stress incontinence can make exercising difficult. However, it is possible to reduce or even prevent stress incontinence when engaging in physical activity. Tips to Manage Stress Incontinence 1) Bladder Training and Health Bladder training can prevent...
Urology Supplies And You: The Need-To-Know For A Healthy Flow
As people age, urinary issues can be common and can even be associated with certain illnesses. The list of urological and incontinence supplies needed to appropriately address some urinary issues can be extensive, and at times, difficult to properly maintain. Still, that list is essential to healthy urinary function, so...
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: How Prostate Cancer Relates to Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence simply means that you have less control or no control over your bladder. Lots of people have urinary incontinence, but until recently, there was very little research being done to better understand it. One area of interest is it's relation to prostate cancer. Unlike most other risk factors, prostate...
4 Signs You Might Be Experiencing Incontinence
Although it can be embarrassing, incontinence is a relatively common issue that occurs in all types of people for many different reasons. Incontinence occurs when you cannot control the leakage of urine from your urethra. When patients suffer from incontinence, they typically require the use of certain urological supplies. There are...
Medical Conditions That Cause Incontinence, Men Versus Women
What exactly is incontinence? Urinary incontinence is simply the loss of bladder control. This condition is relatively common, and it ranges in severity from occasional leaking to an uncontrollable release.When incontinence happens, urinary catheters are often involved. There are several different types of catheters, including intermittent catheters, indwelling catheters and...
7 Misconceptions About Urinary Incontinence
7 Misconceptions about incontinence Urinary Incontinence is often misunderstood and because it can be embarrassing it is not talked about. This causes millions of people to mistreat and mismanage their symptoms. So, I have put together a list of common misconceptions people...
Incontinence Types, Causes and Solutions
What is Urinary Incontinence? Urinary incontinence occurs when ones control of their urinary sphincter is either lost or weakened, resulting in the involuntary leakage of the bladder. According to the American Urological Association, it is estimated that twenty-five to thirty percent of Americans suffer from urinary incontinence, though exact numbers...
Let's Talk About Incontinence: How To Bring Up The Subject With A Loved One
Urinary incontinence is a fairly common condition, particularly among older people. In fact, around 14% of individuals aged 65 to 69 have this condition, while 45% of people aged 85 and above do. Still, even though it's pretty prevalent, it's not always easy to talk about. The need for urological...
Why are Voiding Diaries important?Nov 09, 2018
4 Signs You Might Be Experiencing IncontinenceMar 26, 2018
7 Misconceptions About Urinary IncontinenceMar 11, 2018
Incontinence Types, Causes and SolutionsMar 01, 2018
- bladder problems
- breast feeding
- breast pumps
- catheter size
- Compression gear
- drain bags
- Home Safety
- mobility devices
- orthotic devices
- Pain Management
- urinary drain bags
- urinary incontinence
- urological supplies
- walking canes