Canadian guidelines for managing adult urinary incontinence

The first Canadian guidelines for managing adult urinary incontinence will lead to changes in prescribing.

About 17.3% of women and 3.4% of men in Canada have urinary incontinence.

Treatment involves many steps...history and evaluation...non-drug measures...drug therapy...procedures and surgery.

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