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Navigating Childhood and Learning How to Self-Cath

If your child requires self-catheterization at school and is developmentally ready, it can be helpful for him or her to begin learning at an early age, possibly even as early as kindergarten.

Sarah Sanchez, NDTR
Intermittent Catheters

Intermittent Catheters

Intermittent catheterization, when done properly, is one of the safest ways to catheterize. Nothing needs to be connected to or inserted into the body on an constant basis – rather, the person (or their caregiver) uses a catheter at intervals to empty the bladder. Using intermittent catheters mimics the body’s typical manner of emptying the… Continue reading Intermittent Catheters

Aimee Sharp
Neurogenic Bladder

How to Manage a Neurogenic Bladder

Learning to manage a neurogenic bladder and its erratic function can prove to be one of the biggest challenges of recovery from a spinal cord injury.

Aaron Baker
self-catheterization travel kits

How to Safely Catheterize in a Public Restroom | Ask Aaron

In this question for our Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist, John wants to know about how to use a self-catheter kit in a public restroom.

Aaron Baker
how to use an intermittent catheter

10 Steps to Self-Catheterization

With intermittent catheters, you have the freedom to choose when and where to empty your bladder. Here are 10 steps on how to use an intermittent catheter.

Laura Cox, LPC
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