- Gender differences in self-reported constipation characteristics, symptoms, and bowel and dietary habits among patients attending a specialty clinic for constipationG Lindsay McCrea
Department of Nursing and Health Science, California State University, East Bay, California, USA
Gend Med 6:259-71. 2009..This study assessed gender differences in the frequency of various characteristics of constipation, constipation-specific symptoms, and bowel and dietary habits, as well as the effects of independent but associated risk factors...
- Age differences in patients evaluated for constipation: constipation characteristics, symptoms, and bowel and dietary habitsG Lindsay McCrea
Department of Nursing and Health Science, California State University, East Bay, CA, USA
J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs 37:667-76. 2010..We also sought to determine if age, comorbid conditions, and specific clinical characteristics such as use of pain medications were associated with an increase in the frequency of constipation-associated symptoms...
- A review of the literature on gender and age differences in the prevalence and characteristics of constipation in North AmericaG Lindsay McCrea
Department of Physiological Nursing, University of California at San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA
J Pain Symptom Manage 37:737-45. 2009..Research is needed on gender and age differences in the symptoms of constipation, and how covariates impact the prevalence and severity of constipation in the elderly...