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Website aims to boost catheter design

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A website has launched seeking information about catheter design with the aim to boost their ability to maintain bladder function and control drainage.

The 21st Century Catheter Club project aims to design a catheter system that allows the user to maintain bladder function by controlling regular and complete drainage.

To achieve this, 21CCP will collect information about present catheter users to establish inadequacies of current design.

Past research funds have been refused because of the lack of demand made by catheter users for an improved system. The site are calling for people to share their experiences, views and suggestions with the project team and with other catheter users by registering today and visiting the 21CCP online Forum.   

21CCP is an independent project set up by Roger Feneley and supported by B&BF.


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