Intermittent self-catheterisation: a person-centred approach.

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    • Abstract:
      The article focuses on intermittent self-catheterisation is rarely an easy one for patients for urology nurses can provide them with the clinical rationale and the goal of an appropriate regimen for almost every patient, the physical and psychological hurdles to reach that goal can be daunting and multifarious. Topics include the nurse is to equip the patient with the correct tools to overcome these difficulties, and the build a therapeutic relationship that can support them to integrate.