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).
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?