Bladder Incontinence

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    Taxonomy Code: YF-3000.1170

    A condition in which people are unable or unwilling to control their bladder function and urinate involuntarily during the night or the day after an age where continence is expected. The condition may have pathological or functional causes or may be a voluntary act that is representative of a behavior pattern.

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    Holy Redeemer Health System - LifeAssess ProgramA comprehensive assessment, education, support and rehabilitation program that identifies and treats older adults who are at risk for four of the most common geriatric syndromes - Depression - Dementia - Falls risk - Incontinence These common syndromes may threaten the ability to live safely at home-leading to premature placement in a nursing or long-term care facility and frequent hospitalization. Our goal is to allow those who are aging at home and at-risk for these conditions to remain as independent as possible and to live safely and comfortably in their homes.PhiladelphiaHoly Redeemer (Home & Hospice Care)Holy Redeemer Health System
    National Association for Continence - Information CenterInformation LinesNational Association for ContinenceNational Association for Continence

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