Is Permanent Urinary Catheterization Really Permanent?

Urinary catheters are used in three instances: (1) temporarily, for people who cannot urinate following a surgery or for monitoring urinary output; (2) long term for people who cannot urinate well; and (3) for people with terrible incontinence for whom there appears to be no other solution. This article is concerned with the management of… read more »

Intermittent Catheterization; Can it work for you?

If you’ve ever been to a urologist because you can’t urinate, you might have been given an indwelling catheter – a catheter that stays in the bladder and drains into a bag, usually attached to your leg – and been told to wait until the bladder recovers and return in a few days or a… read more »

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