Le dermatiti associate a incontinenza (IAD): una revisione sistematica della letteratura

Angela Peghetti, Valentina Guidi, Veronica Ruggeri

Abstract

Introduzione: l’incontinenza è un sintomo definito dalla North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA), come la perdita involontaria di urina (incontinenza urinaria), uno stato in cui un individuo ha un cambiamento nelle normali abitudini intestinali, con i movimenti intestinali involontari e conseguente perdita di materiale fecale (incontinenza fecale) o di entrambi i casi, (incontinenza doppia).

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