catheterize


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cath·e·ter·ize

 (kăth′ĭ-tə-rīz′)
tr.v. cath·e·ter·ized, cath·e·ter·iz·ing, cath·e·ter·iz·es
To introduce a catheter into.

cath′e·ter·i·za′tion (-rĭ-zā′shən) n.
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catheterize

(ˈkæθɪtəˌraɪz) or

catheterise

vb
(Medicine) (tr) to insert a catheter into
ˌcatheteriˈzation, ˌcatheteriˈsation n
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cath•e•ter•ize

(ˈkæθ ɪ təˌraɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to introduce a catheter into.
[1880–85]
cath`e•ter•i•za′tion, n.
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catheterize


Past participle: catheterized
Gerund: catheterizing

Imperative
catheterize
catheterize
Present
I catheterize
you catheterize
he/she/it catheterizes
we catheterize
you catheterize
they catheterize
Preterite
I catheterized
you catheterized
he/she/it catheterized
we catheterized
you catheterized
they catheterized
Present Continuous
I am catheterizing
you are catheterizing
he/she/it is catheterizing
we are catheterizing
you are catheterizing
they are catheterizing
Present Perfect
I have catheterized
you have catheterized
he/she/it has catheterized
we have catheterized
you have catheterized
they have catheterized
Past Continuous
I was catheterizing
you were catheterizing
he/she/it was catheterizing
we were catheterizing
you were catheterizing
they were catheterizing
Past Perfect
I had catheterized
you had catheterized
he/she/it had catheterized
we had catheterized
you had catheterized
they had catheterized
Future
I will catheterize
you will catheterize
he/she/it will catheterize
we will catheterize
you will catheterize
they will catheterize
Future Perfect
I will have catheterized
you will have catheterized
he/she/it will have catheterized
we will have catheterized
you will have catheterized
they will have catheterized
Future Continuous
I will be catheterizing
you will be catheterizing
he/she/it will be catheterizing
we will be catheterizing
you will be catheterizing
they will be catheterizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been catheterizing
you have been catheterizing
he/she/it has been catheterizing
we have been catheterizing
you have been catheterizing
they have been catheterizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been catheterizing
you will have been catheterizing
he/she/it will have been catheterizing
we will have been catheterizing
you will have been catheterizing
they will have been catheterizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been catheterizing
you had been catheterizing
he/she/it had been catheterizing
we had been catheterizing
you had been catheterizing
they had been catheterizing
Conditional
I would catheterize
you would catheterize
he/she/it would catheterize
we would catheterize
you would catheterize
they would catheterize
Past Conditional
I would have catheterized
you would have catheterized
he/she/it would have catheterized
we would have catheterized
you would have catheterized
they would have catheterized
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.catheterize - insert a catheter into (a body part); "catheterize the patient's bladder"
put in, stick in, inclose, insert, introduce, enclose - introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
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Translations

catheterize

[ˈkæθɪtəˌraɪz] VT [+ bladder, person] → entubar
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catheterize

vtkatheterisieren
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cath·e·ter·ize

vt. cateterizar, insertar un catéter.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

catheterize

vt (arterial, venous) cateterizar, colocar or introducir un catéter; (bladder) colocar or introducir una sonda or catéter
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Moreover, the tortuosity at the initial part of the AICA makes it difficult to both catheterize and manipulate the instruments.
In patients without a patent urethra, inability to catheterize a CCC requires emergent intervention.
However, this is not always technically successful because of hepatic vein thrombosis and inability to catheterize the hepatic veins.
Many law enforcement agencies request a warrant to forcibly catheterize someone for a urine sample only in extreme cases, such as a vehicular homicide.
Attempts to catheterize the right renal collecting system were unsuccessful secondary to a proximal ureteral tortuosity.
Wang, a cardiologist at Duke University, Durham, N.C., asked after hearing about the equivocal use of catheterization for patients with worse inducible ischemia: Why do physicians order these tests if they don't intend to catheterize patients found to have moderate to severe inducible ischemia?
The extremely poor standard of teaching and training can be judged from the fact that a vast majority of the fresh medical graduates do not know how to give injections, how to administer oxygen, how to perform endo tracheal intubation, how to do nasopharyngeal aspiration, how to pass Ryle's tube, how to pass gastric tube and how to catheterize male and female patients because they have never seen it, never done it nor they were ever taught all this.
No case of vascular complications such as major access site bleeding, vascular perforation, brachial artery occlusion causing forearm ischemia, compartment syndrome, vascular spasm or failure to catheterize coronary arteries requiring alternate vascular access were observed.
The downside is that they seal to the shaft of the penis using an aggressive acrylic adhesive similar to duct tape and have to be removed each time you need to intermittent catheterize.
TURN the London jMayor election into a referendum on the NHS and Red Ken would catheterize Blue Boris.
Ann was seen by a urologist who found her to have "[p]ostop urinary retention" and recommended "intermittent catheterization in the [hope] the Ann would start voiding spontaneously." Ann was informed that difficulty urinating frequently occurs after surgery, that her normal function would return, and was instructed on how to catheterize herself in the meantime.
Limited evidence suggests that several categories of patients may be able to self catheterize if provided with suitable aids.