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Webinar

Catheterization and the fragile urethra: Hydrophilic coating technology matters

Objectives Recognize Hydrophilic-Coated Intermittent Catheterization (HCIC) as the gold standard for bladder management Review anatomy and challenges associated with Intermittent Catheterization (IC) Highlight the importance of hydrophilic Triple Action Coating Technology™ (TACT) to protect ...

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Catheterization and the fragile urethra: Hydrophilic coating technology matters
Catheterization and the fragile urethra: Hydrophilic coating technology matters

Time & Location

19 oct. 2022, 19 h 00 – 20 h 00 HAE

Webinar

About the event

NSWOCC & WOC Institute Continuing Education Webinar: "Catheterization and the fragile urethra: Hydrophilic coating technology matters"

Objectives

  1. Recognize Hydrophilic-Coated Intermittent Catheterization (HCIC) as the gold standard for bladder management
  2. Review anatomy and challenges associated with Intermittent Catheterization (IC)
  3. Highlight the importance of hydrophilic Triple Action Coating Technology™ (TACT) to protect the fragile urethra
  4. Describe Canadian patient IC experiences

Presented by 

Natalie Kameka, BScN, RN, NSWOC, MClSc-WH

Clinical Consultant

Coloplast Canada

Natalie Kameka has experience practicing as a Nurse Specializing in Wound, Ostomy and Continence (NSWOC) in both the community and acute care settings. Natalie also has a master’s degree in Clinical Sciences in Wound Healing from Western University.

Natalie currently works for Coloplast Canada as a Clinical Consultant for the chronic care division where she focuses on providing clinical expertise in the areas of ostomy and continence care.

In Partnership with Coloplast Canada

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