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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Impact of Practice on Quality of Life of those Living with an Indwelling Urinary Catheter – An International Evaluation
Author(s): Shepherd, Ashley
Newman, Diane
Bradway, Christine
Jost, Sandra
Waddell, Debbie
Mackay, William
Hagen, Suzanne
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Keywords: Home health nurses
urethral catheter
suprapubic catheter
urinary catheter care.
Issue Date: Aug-2023
Date Deposited: 22-Aug-2023
Citation: Shepherd A, Newman D, Bradway C, Jost S, Waddell D, Mackay W & Hagen S (2023) Impact of Practice on Quality of Life of those Living with an Indwelling Urinary Catheter – An International Evaluation. <i>Urologic Nursing</i>, 43 (4), pp. 162-176.
Abstract: The numerous complications associated with long-term in dwelling urinary catheter use can impact patients’ everyday lives. This is the first international study to compare catheter care, complications, and the quality of life of patients from the United Kingdom and the United States.
DOI Link: 10.7257/2168-4626.2023.43.4.162
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