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Urinary incontinence (UI) is a common and a challenging condition to manage in healthcare facilities. However, for patients with retracted anatomy, the difficulties for nurses to find an appropriate solution
Fecal incontinence affects 9 to 40% of hospitalized patients in the United States. Certain aspects of being in the hospital increase the risk of incontinence. Being on a ventilator, restricted
Fecal incontinence not only leads to reduction in quality of life, hospital acquired complications, creates a nursing burden in critical care settings – it also adds to additional cost. Fecal
AKI has an overall incidence of 20-50% in critically ill patients and is associated with a higher risk of death and prolonged hospital stays. Acute kidney injury (AKI), also referred