Editor in Chief, Dorland Health
Continuing Education Program on Urology Health
Incontinence, or urinary incontinence, means a loss of bladder control. Despite its simple definition, incontinence significantly affects the lives of millions of Americans every year. The Department of Health and Human Services estimates that urinary incontinence affects up to 22 percent of all adults, and the prevalence rises with age – 34 percent of those between 45-64 experiences urinary incontinence.
Yet treatment options and educational resources exist for patients and their professional caregivers. That’s why Dorland Health created this resource – to help educate health professionals about the importance of proactive treatment to enhance the lives of patients. Read the in-depth articles below and achieve up to 24 CEUs for the entire series.
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