Last month saw the launch of the long-awaited 7th Edition of the Incontinence Book. In the making for over two years, and with input from an array of contributors within the ICS network, it was a proud time for the Society and all involved. It was great to see the culmination of everyone's hard work and the resulting publication offers up-to-date information on continence for all clinicians, allied health professionals, researchers and students in the field.
The 7th Edition of the Incontinence book, as edited by Linda Cardozo, Eric Rovner, Adrian Wagg, Alan Wein and Paul Abrams, forms the definitive complete reference, covering the entire field of continence for all disciplines in 2023 - making it the essential source of information.
This year also marks the first time that buyers are able to purchase the entire book in digital format, plus the option to order printed copies of the chapters of your choice, offering extra flexibility.
Preview ICI 7!
View the full list of chapters and authors via the button below.
ICI 7 Contents
Or here's an exclusive preview of the book's Introduction and first few pages of Chapter One - Epidemiology of Urinary Incontinence (UI) and other Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS), Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and Anal (AI) Incontinence:
Preview: ICI 7 Introduction
Preview: Chapter 1
Purchase your copy
If you haven't yet obtained your copy of ICI7, it can be ordered here:
Purchase ICI 7
ICS members can purchase the digital book for the special price of just £70!
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
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