Incontinence in Post-Menopausal Women

Articles, Female Urine Management

Urinary incontinence is a concerning issue, affecting more than 50% of postmenopausal women. This condition usually occurs in 20-30% of young women, about 30-40% in middle age and 50% in old age women. For most women, the onset of menopause initiates a way for a whole host of symptoms such as night sweats, moodiness, hot […]

Effective Strategies for Managing Colitis C.diff in ICU

Articles, Stool Management

Colitis C.difficle or Clostridium difficile results from a disturbance of the normal bacterial flora of the colon, colonization by C difficile, and the release of toxins that cause mucosal inflammation and damage. The bacteria spreads through feces of infected individual and can survive on surfaces for a long duration. They typically infect people which are […]