indwelling


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Synonyms for indwelling

forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

Words related to indwelling

existing or residing as an inner activating spirit or force or principle

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In this study, we evaluated a long-term balloon indwelling technique that is able to induce larger diameter dilatation at the target benign biliary stricture site while performing smaller skin and subcutaneous dilatation than the previously described methods.
The risk of bacteriuria (bacteria in the urine) from an indwelling urinary catheter is 3% to 10% per day and reaches 100% after 30 days (Seckel, 2013).
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When we yield to the power of the cross and exercise daily faith in the Son of God, the indwelling Spirit releases His power -- resurrection power that enthrones Christ in our lives.
Moreover, we can also ask whether the indwelling of the Spirit literally capacitated them to speak in various languages previously unfamiliar to them.
Other common causes are indwelling catheters, rheumatic heart disease, pacemaker wires, and immunologic compromise [1].
In this instance, the patient underwent a cystourethroscopy, although the indwelling catheter may have helped pass some of the residual stones.
We investigated the importance of indwelling time for infection and antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of isolates in order to establish data on the aetiologic agents of Colonised stents and evaluate the significance of urinary cultures for the identification of colonising microorganisms.
Education thus needs to begin before surgery because, after prostatectomy and subsequent discharge from the hospital, the patient has an indwelling urinary catheter that may remain in place for 5-10 days or longer (Mayo Clinic, 2015).
Aims: To investigate whether indwelling time of double-J stent can predict which treatment modality is required for removal of the stent from the body.
Known predisposing factors to probioticinduced septicemia include compromised immune function, a damaged gastrointestinal barrier, the presence of an indwelling central venous catheter, severe underlying disease, prior surgical interventions, prior prolonged hospitalization, administration of multiple antibiotics, and prolonged treatment with probiotics or use of excessive dosages.
This was a bicenter retrospective study in which any patients from January 2010 to December 2015 who had indwelling unilateral ureteral stents were candidates.
In tubeless PCNL, an indwelling ureteral stent replaces the traditional nephrostomy tube.