"The most important thing is to precribe the right catheter to the right person – it's the match that matters", Diane Newman, urology nurse for over 30 years, says.
We were happy to get an interview with her at ICS.
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If you feel a burning pain when you pee, you might have a bladder infection. Most people who use catheters have experienced this unwelcome condition at least once, and it's tiresome to know that you most likely will get another one later on.
But there are ways to avoid UTIs. Here are the best tips from some real experts— the European Association of Urology Nurses.
Holiday time is here, and people all around the world will travel to be with their families. The airports and train stations will be clogged up with people, and travelers everywhere will ask themselves the same questions: Will I be there in time? Where is the passport? Did I unplug the iron?
Some of the travelers will also ask themselves: Will I be able to find a disabled toilet? Did I pack enough catheters? How will I get past customs with my catheters and medicine?
Especially for you, we put together a checklist to ease the stress.