Indwelling urinary catheters at the end of life are associated with less breakthrough medication use
BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care
At the end of life (EOL), deterioration in the ability to perform bodily functions can be a natural product of the progression of illness. The ability to empty the bladder and bowels decreases as frailty worsens, with unresponsive patients unable to control these bodily processes.
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