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  • Tools for Using a Catheter

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    Produced by Craig Hospital and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

  • Bowel Management Tools for People with Spinal Cord Injuries

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    Bowel care is very personal and also very important to your health. This video highlights how a person with a spinal cord injury at C7 uses adaptive equipment to perform his own bowel management. The items he uses can be found online or with the help of an occupational therapist.

    Bowel equipment used in this video include: commode chair/bench, elevated toilet seat, bidet, sanitary wipes, lubricant, suppository, suppository inserter/applicator, dil stick, adaptive toilet paper wiper.

    Created by Craig Hospital and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, this video highlights functional tools or adaptive equipment available for people with hand weakness who would like to gain more independence in their daily activities.

  • Bladder Management Tools for Women with Spinal Cord Injuries

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    Managing your bladder is important for health and daily independence when you have a spinal cord injury. In this video, people with limited hand function due to spinal cord injuries show how they are able to gain independence with bladder management and feminine hygiene. There are various adaptive tools as well as household items a person can use.

    Created by Craig Hospital and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, this video highlights functional tools or adaptive equipment available for people with hand weakness who would like to gain more independence in their daily activities.

  • Bladder Management Tools for Men with Spinal Cord Injuries

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    Managing your bladder is important for health and daily independence when you have a spinal cord injury. This video shows how men with cervical-level spinal cord injuries are able to manage their personal bladder needs. Most of these tools are available online or can be created at home.

    Created by Craig Hospital and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, this video highlights functional tools or adaptive equipment available for people with hand weakness who would like to gain more independence in their daily activities.

  • Educational Video: Pressure Injury Prevention

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    Pressure injuries are the most common secondary complication of a spinal cord injury, so it is important to know how to prevent and identify them. They may also be known as pressure sores, skin sores or bedsores. This Craig Hospital educational video demonstrates how to prevent a person from developing pressure injuries.

  • Educational Video: Pressure Injuries

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    Pressure injuries are the most common secondary complication of a spinal cord injury, so it is important to know how to prevent and identify them. They may also be known as pressure sores, skin sores or bedsores. This video discusses the different stages of pressure injuries and what they may look like.

  • Incomplete Spinal Cord Injuries: The Early Days

    Information about the early days of an incomplete spinal cord injury.

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Information about urinary tract infections.

  • Spirituality

    Information on spirituality.

We are in the process of building our interactive resource library, and new resources will be added regularly. Thank you for your patience as we continue to provide resources and services to support the spinal cord injury and brain injury community. If you are searching for additional educational information, we encourage you to call our nationally-recognized Nurse Advice LiNurse Advice Line. Nurses are available Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MST. Call 303-789-8508 or toll-free at 1-800-247-0257. If your question or problem is urgent or an emergency, do not call the Nurse Advice Line - please go to the nearest emergency room, urgent care center, or call 911.