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The Impact Of Urinary Incontinence On Female Nursing Personnel.
Published 2007 · Medicine
Was assessed the prevalence of urinary incontinence (UI), its interference in the performance of daily occupational activities and its management among the women's nurse staff of a medical school hospital in Campinas, Sao Paulo. Of the 291 employers, 27.5% reported UI complaint at least monthly. The activities that required greater effort increased the urinary loss, what resulted in stress, feeling embarrassed and lack of concentration at work. The use of pad was the most frequent strategy at management of UI and sometimes the task could not be interrupted to use the restroom. In conclusion, the activities that require more effort and the difficulty for an adequate management of the UI in workplace increase the problem and interfere on professional performance.