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Incontinence – 7th Edition – Order Today!

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ICS is pleased to announce the launch of the highly anticipated 7th Edition of the Incontinence book – the definitive publication for all continence disciplines in 2023.

The result of extensive international input from the world’s leading experts in the field of continence, the book is an unrivalled reference text for all clinicians, researchers and students in the field.

The 7th Edition forms a single source of updated information on continence and prolapse, including epidemiology, pathophysiology, assessment and management, along with additional chapters devoted to children, people with neurological conditions, frail older people and those with fistula.

How to purchase

The entire book is available to buy in digital format. Owners of the digital book will also have the option to order printed copies of the individual chapters of their choice, thus creating the physical book that covers all their areas of interest.

ICS members can purchase the digital book for the special price of just £70! Buy now

If you are not an ICS member, you can join the ICS from as little as £80 and order your digital ICI book at the discounted rate.

Alternatively, non-members can purchase the digital book for £200. Buy now

ICS member download £70 ICS non-member download £200

The essential reference

“I would encourage everyone to get a copy. It really is the Bible for incontinence, for young career researchers, for academics, and for clinicians who want a digestible view of the evidence in their particular area.”

“The seventh edition is one I’m really looking forward to, it always is by far the most detailed overview of the field going into depth in every fundamental aspect from clinical to science.”

“The treatment and recommendations for clinical pathways are invaluable, but also, just having an understanding of the most recent research available, the recommendations, the quality of that work and how you can then use that in your own practice is great.”

“It’s extremely important for urogynaecologists. Coming from a background of obstetrics and gynaecology, I had amazing training in pelvic anatomy, but realised there’s so much about bladder dysfunction that we don’t know. Incontinence really covers all of these topics and it’s right there at your fingertips.”

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