2017
DOI: 10.1590/1518-8345.1816.2906
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Quality of life of patients using intermittent urinary catheterization

Abstract: Objectives:measure and compare the quality of life of neurogenic bladder patients using intermittent urinary catheterization who were going through rehabilitation in Brazil and Portugal. Method:multicenter, quantitative, cross-sectional, observational-analytic and correlational study executed in Brazil and Portugal. Two data collection tools were used, being one questionnaire with sociodemographic and clinical data and the World Health Organization Quality of Life-bref. Patients were included who were over 18 … Show more

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“…Through the years, there have been variations of the name used for CIC such as clean intermittent selfcatheterisation (CISC) (Weynants et al 2017), intermittent selfcatheterisation (ISC) (Bermingham et al 2013) and intermittent urinary catheterisation (IUC) (Fumincelli et al 2017). Despite the differing titles, the method remains the same, which is a periodic voiding method that assists the flow of urine (Fumincelli et al 2017). It is performed by inserting the catheter which is a thin hollow tube with small eyelets at the peak, into the urethral orifice, along the urethra and into the bladder for urine drainage (Iggulden et al 2009).…”
Section: Dr Linda Collinsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Through the years, there have been variations of the name used for CIC such as clean intermittent selfcatheterisation (CISC) (Weynants et al 2017), intermittent selfcatheterisation (ISC) (Bermingham et al 2013) and intermittent urinary catheterisation (IUC) (Fumincelli et al 2017). Despite the differing titles, the method remains the same, which is a periodic voiding method that assists the flow of urine (Fumincelli et al 2017). It is performed by inserting the catheter which is a thin hollow tube with small eyelets at the peak, into the urethral orifice, along the urethra and into the bladder for urine drainage (Iggulden et al 2009).…”
Section: Dr Linda Collinsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Fumincelli L et al after their study assessing the QoL of patient on intermittent self catheterization concluded that improvement in the urinary symptoms, selfconfidence, access to work activities, independence as well as social relationships and social insertion can determine the QoL of neurogenic bladder patients using intermittent urinary catheterization [2].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Um estudo brasileiro com pessoas com lesão medular mostrou que 72,8% eram beneficiários da previdência . Os achados sobre os altos índices de desemprego e necessidade de benefícios governamentais são relatados por vários estudos recentes e condizentes com o relatório da OMS de 2007(NOGUEIRA, 2014FUMINCELLI et al, 2017;WHO, 2007 tecnológicas online e auxiliam na busca de informações na internet (RUBINELLI et al, 2013;FAVORETTO, 2015;RUSSELL et al, 2016).…”
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“…escolaridade, foi observado que 90,2% das pessoas que acessam a internet possuíam em média 15 anos ou mais de estudo(IBGE, 2013a). Embora na amostra o nível de escolaridade tenha sido elevado, esses dados não representam a realidade da população em geral, onde 38% da população não possuem ou estão cursando o ensino fundamental, sendo que desses as PcD apresentam dados ainda mais inferiores(IBGE, 2012b; NOGUEIRA, 2014;FUMINCELLI et al, 2017). Nesse sentido, se fazem necessários o cumprimento das políticas de inclusão e acessibilidade na educação, além de ações que incentivem pessoas com níveis menores de escolaridade a navegar na internet, facilitando o acesso às informações que possam promover saúde, inclusão, qualidade de vida, empoderamento e participação social.A renda mensal familiar das PcD e seus familiares, foi significativamente menor do que a dos profissionais.…”
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