Why not choose intermittent self-catheterisation?

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    • Abstract:
      The article focuses on Intermittent catheterisation which remained the only way to catheterize until Frederic Foley designed an indwelling catheter in the early 20th century. Topics discussed include study by Shackley et al (2017) found that 12.9% of NHS patients have an indwelling urinary catheter; and it would have meant that Mr. Carter would have required second-level carers, for whom the care agency would charge more, requiring his continuing care budget to be reassessed.