Journal of Gerontological Nursing

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NAFC Provides Directory

Abstract

In its effort to continue to provide the most comprehensive, up-to-date information about incontinence, the National Association for Continence (NAFC) has updated the Resource Guide - Products and Services for Incontinence. The Resource Guide is a 1004page directory of all known incontinence products available commercially in North America.

The products are organized into 16 categories. Each is described and illustrated by a simple line drawing. Products are cross-referenced to their manufacturer, and there is an extensive listing of distributors and mail order companies. There is a section devoted to helping consumers understand the various types and causes of incontinence and a section to advise them how to prepare for a visit to a health professional.

The Resource Guide also includes a listing of organizations which provides other supportive services to readers and a listing of continence organizations throughout the world. Now in its seventh edition, the Resource Guide for the first time includes information about medications and surgical procedures used to treat incontinence.

For additional information, call (800) 252-3337.…

In its effort to continue to provide the most comprehensive, up-to-date information about incontinence, the National Association for Continence (NAFC) has updated the Resource Guide - Products and Services for Incontinence. The Resource Guide is a 1004page directory of all known incontinence products available commercially in North America.

The products are organized into 16 categories. Each is described and illustrated by a simple line drawing. Products are cross-referenced to their manufacturer, and there is an extensive listing of distributors and mail order companies. There is a section devoted to helping consumers understand the various types and causes of incontinence and a section to advise them how to prepare for a visit to a health professional.

The Resource Guide also includes a listing of organizations which provides other supportive services to readers and a listing of continence organizations throughout the world. Now in its seventh edition, the Resource Guide for the first time includes information about medications and surgical procedures used to treat incontinence.

For additional information, call (800) 252-3337.

10.3928/0098-9134-19970301-04

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