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In this episode, Brett talks to Associate Professor Matthew Davis about his clinical experience and recent systematic review, exploring the topic of whether indwelling vs intermittent catheterisation increases the risk of UTI. Matt is an Associate Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at McGovern Medical School in Houston and has a strong clinician background in caring for people with Spinal Cord Injury.
Here are the papers we refer to in the podcast:
DAVIS, M., JETHANI, L., ROBBINS, E. & KANER, M. 2023. Is It Really the Foley? A Systematic Review of Bladder Management and Infection Risk. Top Spinal Cord Inj Rehabil, 29, 94-107.
DAVIS, M. 2019. When guidelines conflict: patient safety, quality of life, and CAUTI reduction in patients with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord Ser Cases, 5, 56.