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W1 Interaction between bladder and sex in spinal cord disease
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Interaction between bladder and sex in spinal cord disease

  • Workshop 1
  • Wednesday 7th September 2022
  • 07:30 - 09:00 CEST
  • Hall K1. Capacity: 220
  • In-Person and online attendees
  • ICS Members OnlyRestricted Video
25/01/2023 15:48:41

Workshop Schedule

Michele Spinelli
Marcalee Alexander
Gianluca Sampogna
Marcalee Alexander
Melina Longoni
Gianluca Sampogna
Michele Spinelli
Marcalee Alexander
Gianluca Sampogna
Melina Longoni

Aims & Objectives

Basic
90 minutes
Neurourology
Clinical
Bladder dysfunction Sexual dysfunction Spinal cord disease
Urology, Urogynaecology and Female & Functional Urology, Pure and Applied Science, Conservative Management

The aims and objectives of this workshop are to provide information about the multiple interactions between bladder and sex to healthcare professionals who work with people with spinal cord injury/disease to deliver the therapeutic tools to manage the relationship between the neurogenic bladder and sexual life, promoting self-determination and independence. In the different modules, a broad and complete vision of pressing issues (e.g., urinary incontinence may affect negatively sexual life, inappropriate bladder management may trigger episodes of autonomic dysreflexia and increased spasticity, dangerous sexual behavior may increase the risk for urinary tract infection) will expand and strengthen the knowledge to work with this population.