Incontinence

6/11/2016 5:38:22 PM
Anyone out there have a legit layout involving the terminology, pathology, diagnosis, presentation and treatment of ALL of the types of incontinence or know of the best source that describes it?

I would greatly appreciate it


6/15/2016 12:37:39 PM
Arafidia wrote:
Anyone out there have a legit layout involving the terminology, pathology, diagnosis, presentation and treatment of ALL of the types of incontinence or know of the best source that describes it?

I would greatly appreciate it


Urinary incontinence.

Stress incontinence
-History of patient coughing, sneezing, lifting heavy object, laughing and they experience incontinence. Usually a female with a lot of kids.
-Treatment is pelvic floor exercises (e.g. kegels), Pessary, or Pelvic floor surgery (sling).

Urge incontinence
- history of patient feeling the urge to use the bathroom, but never makes it in time.
- Problem is Detrusor overactivity.
- Treatment is bladder training, Oxybutinin (antimuscurinic/anticholinergic), or Mirabegron (beta 3 agonist).

Overflow incontinence (neurogenic incontinence)
- usually seen in poorly controlled diabetes or anyone with neurological problem.
Involuntary dribbling because the bladder is too full - Detrusor under activity.
Treatment is Bethanachol (Cholinergic agonist) or Intermittent catheterization for chronic urinary retention.


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