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How do you help one who is wheel chair bound and has a neurogenic bladder.?

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: To self sufficiency

Most wheel chair bound paraplegics crave independence, many quads do as well, but this is harder to acheive.
Thus help subject to become independent.Hopefull subject can learn to perform self intermittent catheterization, via urethra or cutaneous catheterizable stoma from wheel chair.To transfer to toilet or commode for bms & by digital stimulation, suppositories, or enemas. Accompany to rehab visits.

In brief: To self sufficiency

Most wheel chair bound paraplegics crave independence, many quads do as well, but this is harder to acheive.
Thus help subject to become independent.Hopefull subject can learn to perform self intermittent catheterization, via urethra or cutaneous catheterizable stoma from wheel chair.To transfer to toilet or commode for bms & by digital stimulation, suppositories, or enemas. Accompany to rehab visits.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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