Selecting an intermittent self-catheter: key considerations.

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    • Abstract:
      This article explores the factors that must be considered when assessing patients for intermittent self-catherisation (ISC). It discusses the various types of intermittent catheters and their properties. Key considerations for the health professional when making product recommendations are covered and emphasis is placed on teaching patients the ISC technique. The article also highlights what patients value in terms of product choice and the importance of ongoing support. It concludes by introducing the GentleCath Glide, a new product that incorporates FeelClean™ technology, which leaves less residue on the hands and clothes [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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