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Synonyms for catheterize

insert a catheter into (a body part)

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No case of vascular complications such as major access site bleeding, vascular perforation, aneurysm formation, brachial artery occlusion causing forearm ischemia, compartment syndrome, vascular spasm or failure to catheterize coronary arteries requiring alternate vascular access, and major adverse cardiac and cerebrovascular events was observed peri or post-procedurally.
It's also possible to intermittent catheterize through the device, minimizing unnecessary device changes.
After years of lobbying and several hundred thousand consumer urinary tract infections later, Medicare will now pay for 200 catheters per month--that is, IF your doctor will fax all your records to your supplier and IF those records adequately specify the permanence of the condition, the diagnosis (urinary retention or incontinence), and the number of times per day you must catheterize.
Do I really need to catheterize my patient to check residual urine?
Children and their families should catheterize using clean technique, not sterile.
Alcohol is a useful sclerotic agent that allows the intervention-alist to devascularize a lesion, the feeders to which are too numerous or small to directly catheterize or to admitparticulate matter.
There are students as young as kindergartners who Carbonell has to catheterize, taking out their urine from the bladder through an artificial opening.
Highly motivated patients who are willing to catheterize themselves may, after consultation with their doctor, be able to have DMSO treatments at home.
Therefore, the urology team can assess whether or not it is practical to catheterize at volumes low enough to maintain safe pressures.
Then, I would come home and catheterize myself in bed.
The procedure is a good alternative for those who wish to avoid a catheter in their native urethra or who can't catheterize in the sitting position because of a spinal cord injury or neurologic condition.
Once the patient had been anesthetized, the CMC scrub nurse, Erica Schuback, provided a #16 French Foley catheter to the circulating nurse, Dorothy Gaughn, to catheterize the patient.
He can independently catheterize when sitting on a toilet, but needs assistance to get on.
The ultrasound assessment changed nursing practice in 51% ode the instances; the most common change (32%) was that nurses did not catheterize the patient.