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Here you can find the answers to some frequently asked questions regarding catheterisation.

When and why is intermittent catheterization recommended?

Intermittent catheterization is considered as an effective and safe method, which offers patients independence and and significantly improves their quality of life. In recent years, intermitent catheterization (IC) has become the preferred therapy for treating patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction suffering with diseases such as paraplegia, spina bifida or multiple sclerosis.

IC is implemented only after a doctor has carefully considered all aspects of a patient's disease pattern. This is done by emptying the bladder at regular intervals with the aid of a single catheter. Between each emptying, the amount of urine retained in the bladder will dictate the need for IC.

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