Patient Education Day
Saturday 7 March 2020
10am - 4pm (registration from 9.30am)
Lunch and refreshments provided
As always, free of charge!
Wellcome Genome Campus
Minutes from the M11, free parking on site
Great Chesterford and Whittlesford stations 2 miles, Cambridge 10 miles
For those coming from further afield, there is B&B accommodation on site and Stansted airport is less than half an hour away
Please click here for a printable pdf with advice on how to get to the venue, where to stay, and ideas for making a weekend of it!
Mitrofanoff Support provides information, emotional support, reassurance and networking.
Urology problems in general and bladder problems, in particular, are not subjects that are openly discussed. Hence, there is a general lack of knowledge and awareness of what it is like to have a Mitrofanoff.
Mitrofanoff Support offers information and reassurance to individuals (and the people closest to them) who may be about to have, or already have, a Mitrofanoff.
We also work with Healthcare Professionals and Hospital Trusts to improve education and awareness of what it is like to live with a Mitrofanoff.
The purpose of the operation is to restore confidence and convenience to those experiencing incontinence and other urological issues. It is a long-term solution to enable patients to maintain a normal quality of life.
The procedure may be an option for those with congenital malformations, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, or bladder and prostate cancer.
It is important that you take control of your medical condition and not allow it to control you.
What is a Mitrofanoff?
Creates a channel into the bladder
A catheter is used via the channel to empty the bladder
The purpose of this operation is to form a channel between the bladder and the wall of the abdomen to allow intermittent self-catheterisation ie. drainage of the bladder
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