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[Bladder irrigation with aluminum solution for the control of massive hematuria].

The massive bladder hemorrhage is a serious condition which implies important difficulties of treatment. Nine cases are presented: the continuous intravesical irrigation with 1% alluminium potassium sulphate in sterile distilled water was used, using continuous intravesical lavage with a double channel catheter. The haematuria was caused by radiation cystitis in 7 patients, vesical tumors in 2 patients. In every case there was a complete control of the hemorrhage in 12-72 hours with few immediate side effects, controlled in most cases with antispasmodics. This solution is economical, easy to prepare, simple to use and effective in the treatment of severe bladder hemorrhage.

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