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Many sick people, especially older adults usually suffer from incontinence. Incontinence means any involuntary or accidental leakage of urine (wee) or feces. The most common problems associated with elimination in older adults include diarrhea, constipation, and incontinence. Incontinence is very common in older adults with chronic diseases. Properly elimination is very essential in order to keep the patient clean and prevent infections due to contamination with feces and urine.

Importance of elimination, bowel and urinary control: Proper elimination and control of bowel and bladder are very essential in older adults. The following points highlight the importance of these important processes:

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