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Evaluation of a patient education tool to reduce the incidence of incontinence post-prostate surgery



Evaluation of a patient education tool to reduce the incidence of incontinence post-prostate surgery



Urologic Nursing 24(5): 401-407



A pelvic floor muscle exercise program can reduce the incidence of incontinence post-prostate surgery. The purpose of this study was to validate a new education tool, a refrigerator magnet, in comparison to a paper copy with the same information, to determine if patient compliance with the exercises increased.

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