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The Clinical Takeaway: Faecal Incontinence is More Common and More Treatable Than We Think 

The Clinical Takeaway: Faecal Incontinence is More Common and More Treatable Than We Think 

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The Clinical Takeaway: Faecal Incontinence is more common and more treatable than we think 

 

 

In this episode:

 

– 1 in 8 of your patients suffer faecal incontinence BUT 2 in 3 are unwilling to speak about it
– Very clear, practical and helpful steps to raise the issue for discussion, assess and manage
– If first line management fails, sacral neuromodulation rather than sphincter surgery can be very effective

 

 

Guest: Professor Marc Gladman, Colorectal Surgeon; Director, The Bowel Clinic, Adelaide

 

 

Total time: 60 mins

 

 

 

 

 

 

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