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a thin flexible tube inserted into the body to permit introduction or withdrawal of fluids or to keep the passageway open

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In 2011, researchers published results from the PROBAAT trial, which found that induction with a Foley catheter was just as effective as prostaglandins, with less neonatal and maternal morbidity (Lancet 2011;378:2095-103).
The Foley catheter is observed through the bladder wall defect created during dissection of the bladder wall and the fistula tract from the uterus.
The patient's Foley catheter remained in place for 3 days.
Methylene blue dye was injected through the Foley catheter and it highlighted a 1 cm perforation in the bladder dome (Figure 2) with no other macroscopic lesions.
Traction on the Foley catheter was the only way to tamponade the bleeding.
Antibiotic hydrogel coated Foley catheters for prevention of urinary tract infection in a rabbit model.
The Global Urinary Catheters market is divided into three segments based on product type: Foley Catheters, Intermittent Catheters, and Male External Catheters.
Two options emerged as the participants' preferred choices: 1) to insert a suprapubic catheter and reassess once the radiation is complete, rather than attempt to intervene more aggressively at this point; or 2) insert a Foley catheter and, if tolerated, continue with this option until radiation is complete.
Postoperatively, a pediatric Foley catheter was placed inside the uterine cavity, and the patient was treated with 2 mg estradiol twice daily for 1-2 months.
Airway protection via mask ventilation was initiated, intravenous fluids were started, and a Foley catheter was placed.
The drainage bag can be attached to a male external catheter or a Foley catheter.
A Foley catheter was inserted without difficulty and the urinary effluent revealed gross hematuria.
Use of a Foley catheter for labor induction in women with an unfavorable cervix at term resulted in a similar cesarean section rate to use of prostaglandin E2 gel for labor induction, but with fewer maternal and neonatal side effects, according to findings from an open-label randomized controlled trial involving more than 800 women.