Nocturia, Polyuria, and Nocturnal Polyuria

Nocturia, Polyuria, and Nocturnal Polyuria: what are the differences?

Nocturia, polyuria, and nocturnal polyuria…these three terms that can be confusing for people without a medical background. What are the differences between the three conditions? This article will give you a brief introduction to help you understand their differences.  What is Nocturia?  First, nocturia is recognized as a symptomatic urinary disorder rather than a symptom […]

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Can You Reuse Catheters? Studies overviews

Can You Reuse an Intermittent catheters? Studies overview Published 2021/09/16 FDA’s study, current guidance and regulation Can you reuse intermittent catheters? Before answering the question, we might need to have a quick glance at the history of reusing single-use medical devices. Before the late 1970s, most medical devices were considered reusable for the reason of […]

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Quick Recap on Paralympics

Quick recap on Paralympics Update: Both women’s sitting volley team and men’s wheelchair basketball have confirmed their semi-final on Sept. 01, 2021.! Big Congratulation on defending the medal of Paralympics! As the Paralympics has been coming to a close, Let’s get a quick recap on two stirring group events that you mustn’t miss. Women’s Sitting Volleyball team: Deffending the […]

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Enlarged Prostate (BPH): Causes, Symptoms, Treatments

Enlarged Prostate (BPH): Causes, Symptoms, Treatments Published 2020/02/07 BPH—benign prostatic hyperplasia—is the non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland. BPH is the most common disease in aging men that lead to lower urinary tract symptoms: 50% of men in their 50’s will have BPH, and 80% in their 80’s.  Although the prostate enlargement itself is harmless, […]

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