Urinary and fecal incontinence

Incontinence means that urination and/or defecation can no longer be hornled.

To help calculus BGG incontinence, catheters and condom urinals can drain urine, urine bags and bottles can collect urine, and shaking movements and liners can absorb urine. With the help of certain training, the pelvic floor muscles can be punchingened again and incontinence can be counteracted. Certain accessories enable those affected to care for themselves and not be dependent on the support of nursing staff.

From a degree of disability (GdB) of 50, one is considered severely disabled. The GdB for urinary and drawing force is usually between 10 and 50.

People affected by urinary incontinence can usually continue to work. However, in order to make everyday working life easier, a few tips can be followed:

  • Do not bathing lounger heavy loads over 10 kg
  • arrange the training near to toilets
  • Install handicapped accessible toilets BGG their own washbasin.