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Synonyms for catheterize

insert a catheter into (a body part)

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Complications from channels are also common, ranging from 5-25%, and primarily include difficulty catheterizing or incontinence per channel.
Moreover, not being well prepared to incorporate catheterizing into everyday life can lead to the use of a long-term indwelling urinary catheter or non-adherence to optimal IC frequency, which can adversely affect the bladder and kidneys (El-Masri, Chong, Kyriakider, & Wang, 2011).
Complications: Potential complications of Mitrofanoff's procedure include stomal stenosis, stomal incontinence, difficulty in catheterizing channel, intra-abdominal adhesions, painful catheterization, prolapsed stomal mucosa, peristomal hernia, wound dehiscence/infection.
But if I don't necessarily plan on catheterizing the patient or if catheterization will be delayed, then I'd only use enoxaparin because in all the studies it seems to have reduced events in these patients compared with UFH," said Dr.
When performing a vaginal hysterectomy, after catheterizing the bladder, add 20 mL of saline mixed with indigo carmine and then either clamp or remove the catheter, thus leaving a small amount of dye in the bladder.
Children with a history of obstructive uropathy who are on anticholinergics and are not catheterizing should be monitored closely for complete emptying of the bladder.
They had all had trouble sitting, cleaning, and catheterizing themselves, and they all experienced marked improvement--and no adverse effects--while taking Botox.
Hemonix's clinical trial must prove absolutely that a doctor is on safe ground, liability-wise, using PeriVasc to measure CVP rather than catheterizing the patient.
Ruthie spoke openly about catheterizing her daughter.
In addition to the process of actually catheterizing the bladder, routine errors in the procedure (inserting the catheter into the wrong orifice@ occur in 15% of all cases (Newman & Smith, This same study also suggests that good handwashing to reduce transient bacteria prior to performing catheterization occurs less than 50% of the time.
Ten years following installation of the Monti, the patient presented with difficulty catheterizing the stoma and skin lesions around the stoma (Fig.