Method of urinary diversion in nonurethral traumatic

Thomae, Keith R.; Kilambi, Nirmal K.; Poole, Galen V.
January 1998
American Surgeon;Jan1998, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p77
Academic Journal
Examines the management of intraperitoneal, nonurethral bladder injuries by urinary diversion using suprapubic (SP) catheters versus transurethral (TU) Foley catheters in an attempt to determine which were most effective. Methods and subjects utilized on the study; Discussion on study's result; Disadvantages to using a SP catheter for urinary diversion after an operative repair of a bladder injury.


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