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Bladder retraining

VOL: 97, ISSUE: 05, PAGE NO: 45RAY ADDISON, NURSE CONSULTANT IN BLADDER AND BOWEL DYSFUNCTION, MAYDAY HEALTHCAREJANE LOPEZ, HONORARY NURSE SPECIALIST/NURSE LECTURER, KINGSTON UNIVERSITYFor patients diagnosed with detrusor instability (motor urgency) or sensory urgency, a bladder retraining programme should be considered. The aims of bladder retraining are to increase bladder capacity and to extend the period of time between voiding.

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