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Q Does a nurse led continence intervention reduce urinary incontinence and associated symptoms?
randomised controlled trial.
Follow up period:
Leicestershire and Rutland, UK.
3746 patients ⩾40 years of age (61% women) who were living in private households and had ⩾1 episode of incontinence several times per month or several times per year plus reported impact of symptoms on quality of life; frequency ⩾ once per hour or twice per hour plus impact; nocturia 3 times per night or twice per night plus impact; or very strong or overwhelming urgency or strong urgency plus impact. Exclusion criteria were pregnancy, urinary fistula, pelvic cancer, and current treatment for urinary symptoms.
2958 patients were allocated to a continence service provided by trained nurses who delivered evidence-based …
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