Bladder Management after Spinal Cord Injury: A Practical Approach

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Course Overview: This course presents a practical approach toward bladder management after spinal cord injury (SCI). The main topics of discussion are: anatomy and physiology of the normal urinary system, changes that commonly occur in the urinary system after SCI, initial and long term management concerns after SCI, including the complications of autonomic dysreflexia and urinary tract infections. Please see Objectives for a specific list of the course goals.


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