This pamphlet explains what to expect if your urinary catheter (tube in your bladder) is taken out. It explains common symptoms and what to do if they do not go away or get better. It describes what you can do to help (suc has drinking fluids, measuring your urine). If you have any questions or concerns and you do not have a follow-up appointment booked at the Urology Clinic, visit your primary health care provider.
This pamphlet explains what to expect if you are going home with a urinary catheter inserted. It explains what to do if your surgeon has told you to remove the catheter at home, how to keep the area clean, care instructions, nutrition and fluids, and important things to remember. A list of symptoms that need attention from your urologist or primary health care provider is listed.
Designed to provide a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the use of urologic catheters and devices in clinical practice. Sections of the book have been structured to review the overall indication for the use of urologic catheters and devices, types available, complications and management. This text fills a critical need for resource materials on these topics. The book also includes highly practical presentations and of typical patients with catheters or devices seen in the clinical …
This pamphlet explains what to expect if you have a suprapubic catheter inserted. It explains how your catheter works, what happens during the procedure, possible risks, and what to expect after your procedure.