in-dwelling catheter


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in-dwelling catheter

n. catéter implantado en el cuerpo.
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5] colony-forming units of an identified single uro-pathogen per millilitre of urine) pre-operatively and women for whom a complicated procedure was encountered during the hysterectomy in which case in-dwelling catheter had to be kept post-operatively at the surgeon's decision.
Night Pouch System[TM] is a patented product that reportedly is easy to use and works with nearly all brands of night bags for urostomy and in-dwelling catheter patients.
PVP is often done on an outpatient basis and patients often can go home without an in-dwelling catheter the same day following their surgery.
My urologist doesn't recommend an in-dwelling catheter for me, but I sometimes have to go every six minutes.
Catheter occlusion occurs when a clot forms within an in-dwelling catheter, hindering the inward or outward flow of solutions or blood.
The prosthesis was removed and the gelcap of a new in-dwelling catheter was placed under direct vision (figure, B).
Nearly all patients were released from the treatment facility the same day as the procedure, and the only sequelac involved the need for an in-dwelling catheter for several days, which is common to all effective techniques used to treat this disease.
In addition, the FDA and international regulators issue specific guidance for high-risk devices like artificial joints, coronary stents, in-dwelling catheters, pacer/defibrillators, and very extensive requirements for inhalers, patient monitors, infant incubators, prosthetic limbs, and wheelchairs.
Dunn TS, Shlay J, Forshner D 2003 Are in-dwelling catheters necessary for 24 hours after hysterectomy?
Is there some direction for identifying, in advance, complicated patients, such as post-mastectomy patients, those with in-dwelling catheters, patients on anticoagulants, and those in whom physical access is difficult?
Originally in the business of inventing and producing groundbreaking medical devices, such as in-dwelling catheters that enabled life saving techniques to treat and monitor the heart, the Sorenson family of companies has expanded during the past five decades to include successful enterprises in the fields of large scale real estate development, communications, information technology, genetic research, environmental testing, pharmaceutical products, and philanthropic endeavors.