Incidence and Outcome of Neurogenic Bladder in Thi-Qar
AbstractNeurogenic bladder is the name given to a number of urinary conditions in people who lack
bladder control due to a brain, spinal cord or nerve problem. This nerve damage can be the result
of diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease or diabetes. It can also be caused
by infection of the brain or spinal cord, heavy metal poisoning, stroke, spinal cord injury, or
major pelvic surgery. People who are born with problems of the spinal cord, such as spina bifida,
may also have this type of bladder problem. Causes of neurogenic shock is usually a spinal cord
injury. When the nerves in the spinal cord are damaged, they stop sending messagesto the nerves
that control other functions in the body. If nerve signals to the musclesin the blood vessels are
shut down, the vessels stop working properly. Neurogenic bladder affects people with stroke and
Parkinson's disease and many other types of nervous system conditions. Conditions that damage
nerves like advanced diabetes can also cause neurogenic bladder.
Study design : Descriptive , Cross -sectional study, , Study patterns : Retrospective study
Place & Time of study : The study took place in Thi Qar governorate , study begun at 2nd of
April 2023 and ended at 6th of May 2023
Study Population : The population of Thi Qar about 2 million , The study included the
students and staff from Thi Qar University, children younger than 18 and elderly above 80 were
Qualitative data had been analyzed by using SPSS (statistical package for social science) , were
Reliability , frequency , percentage and chi square had been calculated
A 55 patients suffer from neurogenic bladder, were recruited in this studythat focus on different
aspects of assessment, that include their socio-demographyclinical character that scored according
to Binned score
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