Urethral catheterisation is probably the most commonly used and simplest procedure in urological care of patients with nervous disease. Controversy remains among users (professionals, patients and carers alike). Lack or insufficiency of education leads to misuse or disuse of the procedure, particularly in the developing world.
Considering urethral catheterisation as a technique without much substance of science and technology is a total misunderstanding. This has to be rectified. This workshop is to offer comprehensive knowledge instead of just the technical side of the procedure.