Urinary and fecal
The resources you need to support your patients
Start with the basics: bladder & bowel symptom diary
Diary for recording symptoms of urinary and fecal incontinence. Share this diary with your patients to have actionable information for best incontinence management at their next medical visit.
Urinary incontinence assessment
Learn about the types of urinary incontinence, what to look for in the initial assessment and when to refer your patients. Overactive Bladder and urge incontinence are treatable conditions.
Fecal incontinence assessment
Fecal incontinence is many times a taboo. Do not overlook it. Find out how to diagnose and all about first line and second line treatments.
Is this an option for your patient?
The real-world test before deciding to implant: watch the video
Explore sacral neuromodulation as an alternative treatment option for individuals who have found first-line therapies insufficient. It all starts with a test, a simple procedure that gives you and your patient an indication of the long-term outcome of the therapy. During the test, an improvement of symptoms is expected. This could be a reduction in accidents, a return to normal toilet habits, improved hold time, less incontinence products used, less medications and improvements to the overall quality of life.
Implant phase video: what to expect
Discover the different options for sacral neuromodulation - rechargeable or recharge-free. Learn what to expect during the implant phase and what is important during and after the implant, to better inform your patients.
Key information for referring physicians
Learn more about the principle behind sacral neuromodulation, its urinary and bowel indications, the mechanism of action, its science, procedure and follow-up.
Sacral neuromodulation for overactive bladder
Learn more about overactive bladder, its current treatment management and how Medtronic's InterStim systems can benefit your patients.
Sacral neuromodulation for fecal incontinece
Learn more about fecal incontinence, its current treatment management and how Medtronic's InterStim systems can benefit your patients.
Visit the Support in Continence.org for more information supported by Bowel Research UK, Medtronic, Novuqare, Muvon Therapeutics & AstellasGo to site
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