Monday, August 11, 2008

Essential Guide to Acute Care

Although it appears to be a simple storage organ, the bladder
is physiologically more complex than previously thought.
Recent studies have revealed exquisitely timed biochemical
interactions occurring between cells in the bladder’s various
tissue layers and the peripheral and central nervous systems
that synchronize the storing and releasing of urine. These
interactions, when normal, create a seamless chain of events
that is often taken for granted by healthy people. However, a
disturbance in one part of this intricate system can affect other
parts, leading to dysfunction, disease, and poor quality of life.

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