Choosing a urinary catheter for short and long-term use

Ray Addison
Professional Nurse 2004, 19 (12): 41-4
There are many reasons why patients need a catheter, and the length of time one is needed varies, depending on the condition and how well the patient is. This review looks at the range of catheters available and the advantages and disadvantages for individual patients of the different sorts.

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