Incontinence can have a devastating effect on the lives of sufferers with significant economic implications. Non-surgical treatments such as pelvic floor muscle training and the use of mechanical devices are usually the first line of management. The latter more so when a person did not want surgery or when considered unfit for surgery. Mechanical devices are inexpensive and do not compromise future surgical treatment.
- Prostheses and Implants
- Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic
- Tampons, Surgical
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Sphincter, Artificial
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