Conservative interventions for urinary or faecal incontinence, or both, in adults with multiple sclerosis

To assess the effects of conservative interventions for urinary or faecal incontinence (or both) in adults with multiple sclerosis, compared to no treatment, sham and usual care, any other active treatment, or another conservative treatment.

To critically appraise and summarise the current evidence on resource use, costs and cost effectiveness of conservative interventions for adults with urinary or faecal incontinence (or both) and MS.

We will make the following comparisons.

  • Conservative treatment versus no treatment
  • Conservative treatment versus sham treatment
  • Conservative treatment versus usual care
  • Conservative treatment versus pharmacological treatment
  • Conservative treatment versus surgical treatment
  • Conservative treatment versus any other conservative treatment

This is a protocol.

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