Kathleen Frances Hunter
#73 Urinary Incontinence and Falls: A Delphi Consensus
Dufour S1, Northwood M11. McMaster University
Stress Urinary Incontinence, Urgency Urinary Incontinence, Gerontology, Physiotherapy, Nursing
#74 Continence care in older hospital patients – what is done?
Hödl M1, Lohrmann C11. Institute of Nursing Science, Medical University of Graz
Conservative Treatment, Incontinence, Nursing
#75 Pad test-based assessment of risk factors for not appropriate continence products provision in Italy: the DIAPPER study
Sacco E1, Bientinesi R1, Gandi C1, Racioppi M1, Pinto F1, Palermo G1, Bassi P11. Urologic Clinic, A.Gemelli University Hospital Foundation, Catholic University of Rome
Conservative Treatment, Incontinence, Gerontology
#76 Time in soiled pads: What’s acceptable to older patients and what do direct caregivers think?
Fernando J1, Gibson W1, Hunter K1, Wagg A11. University of Alberta
Conservative Treatment, Gerontology, Incontinence
#77 Systematic Trial Of Pad Information uTility (STOPIT): Women’s sources of information, knowledge and use of continence products: a mixed methods study.
Smith N1, Rajabali S1, Milsom I2, Hunter K1, Wagg A11. University of Alberta, 2. University of Gothenburg
Female, Questionnaire, Incontinence
#78 Navina™ Smart – a new option for transanal irrigation in treatment-refractory neurogenic bowel dysfunction
Emmanuel A1, Passananti V1, Raeburn A1, Gripenland J2, Nordin M2, Hultling C21. GI Physiology Unit, UCLH, London, 2. Neurologic Unit, Spinalis and Karolinska Institute
Clinical Trial, Bowel Evacuation Dysfunction, New Devices
#79 The development of HIGH-TECH bladder and bowel diary as a modern strategy of excretion in innovative clinical informatics
Ouchi M1, Kitta T1, Kanno Y1, Higuchi M1, Togo M1, Moriya K1, Yamamoto T2, Shinohara N11. Department of Renal and Genitourinary Surgery, Graduate School of Medical Science, Hokkaido University, 2. Laboratory of Information Media Environment, Hokkaido University
Constipation, Incontinence, Quality of Life (QoL)
#80 A New Concept of Electronic Voiding Diary: Reducing the Burden of not only Patients but also Medical Practitioners on Voiding Diary
Lee T1, Oh S2, Song H1, Lee Y J2, Park W11. Department of Urology, Inha Universitiy Hospital, Incheon, Korea, 2. Department of Urology, Seoul National University Hospital, Seoul, Korea
Clinical Trial, New Devices, Questionnaire, Voiding Diary
#81 24/7 use of continence pads and impaired quality of life in women with urinary incontinence.
Grzybowska M1, Wydra D11. Medical University of Gdansk
Incontinence, Quality of Life (QoL), Questionnaire, Female, Stress Urinary Incontinence
#82 Accuracy of bladder volume determination using a new portable handheld ultrasound bladder scanner: A prospective study of 34 consecutive inpatients.
Aoki Y1, Sasamura E2, Kimura C2, Fujita K1, Itoga A1, Matsuta Y1, Ito H1, Yokoyama O11. The University of Fukui Faculty of Medical Sciences, 2. Jujin-Kai Kimura Hospital
Imaging, Underactive Bladder, Voiding Dysfunction , Urodynamics Equipment
#83 Physiological impact and user acceptability of penile compression devices (PCD)
Lemmens J1, Broadbridge J1, Macaulay M2, Drake M3, Rees R4, Moore K5, Bader D1, Fader M11. School of Health Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, 2. Continence & Skin Technology Group, University College London, London, UK, 3. School of Clinical Sciences, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK, 4. Dept. of Urology, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Southampton, UK, 5. Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Incontinence, Male, New Devices
#84 A study into the nursing care of institutionalized elderly women with dementia and urinary incontinence, the quality of their sleep, and daytime activeness
Mizoguchi A1, Sato K2, Utsunomiya S3, Mimata H4, Mori K4, Mizoguchi S41. Oita University Faculty of Medicine,Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Oita University, Faculty of Medicine, School of Nursing, 3. Yamaga Hospital, 4. Oita University, Faculty of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine
Female, Nursing, Incontinence, Quality of Life (QoL)