Reality EP: Catheter Ablation for Paroxysmal AF This Heart Rhythm Society live webcast will feature a panel discussion of a catheter ablation for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation procedure utilizing ESI mapping and rotational intracardiac echocardiography (ICE). Additional online resources include an interview with David Wiggins, BS, BME, RN, Electrophysiology Technical Specialist at the University of Virginia Health System.
Female Catheter Insertion This is an instructional video for nursing students to review how to insert a Foley catheter into a female patient. The demonstration is done on a VitalSim mannequin.
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Stop reusing catheters! A few questions for Holly... Okay, Holly, first of all WHY DO YOU HAVE TO USE CATHETERS EVERY DAY FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE? Also, why weren't you devastated about that? Granted, the notion of reusing a catheter every day for the rest of your life is so ***ty. But, it pales in comparison to the fact that you still have to use a catheter every day for the rest of your life. You know what I'm saying Holly? That's like becoming paraplegic and then getting mad when you find out you still have to cut your toenails. Furthermore, Holly, WHY ARE YOU SO SCARED OF TALKING TO STRANGERS OVER THE TELEPHONE? I mean, that's okay, but it has nothing to do with you having to use catheters every day for the rest of your life. Those are separate issues right there. However, Holly, if you're having problems with the catheters you use every day for the rest of your life, I'm pretty sure you should only talk to strangers about that. Ideally, they'd be strangers who can't see your sad face. Not to make light of your problem! Agoraphobia is a real thing. But Holly, you know agoraphobia isn't treated by using catheters every day for the rest of your life, right? Catheters play no part in mental health. All you need to do is go see a therapist, Holly. Unless of course, you already have a therapist. Oh my god. Holly. Did your therapist say you had to use catheters every day for the rest of your life? Because he is wrong. Also, Holly, WHAT'S WITH THAT CAT AT THE END? You don't...oh Jesus, Holly ...
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KMUH urology teaching - Foley Catheter Procedure A Foley catheter is a thin, sterile tube inserted into your bladder to drain urine. Because it can be left in place in the bladder for a period of time, it is also called an indwelling catheter. It is held in place with a balloon at the end, which is filled with sterile water to hold it in place. The urine drains into a bag and can then be taken from an outlet device to be drained. Laboratory tests can be conducted on your urine to look for infection, blood, muscle breakdown, crystals, electrolytes, and kidney function. The procedure to insert a catheter is called catheterization.
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how to attach condom catheter in patient How to attach condom catheter in patient, this procedure is tried before inserting foley's catheter, its very simple, does not require skills, also does not causes UTI, but urine sometimes leaks out of catheter.
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Robotic Catheter NC State's Dr. Greg Buckner has developed a robotic catheter that is significantly more maneuverable than existing devices, which could lead to reduced operating times for patients undergoing heart surgery for atrial fibrillation. Read more at news.ncsu.edu For more information, contact North Carolina State University News Services, 919-515-3470 or e-mail email@example.com.
Male Catheter Insertion This is an instructional video for nursing students to review how to insert a Foley catheter into a male patient. The demonstration is done on a VitalSim mannequin.
Swan Ganz Catheter Placement More Medical Videos at Swan-Ganz catheterization is the passing of a thin tube (catheter) into the right side of the heart to monitor the heart's function and blood flow in persons who are very ill.
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Podcast: Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization On Tuesday, December 12, at 1:00 PM EST The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital will host a live panel discussing the repair of an atrial septal defect for treating children born with congenital heart defects. During the webcast a pediatric cardiac catheterization procedure will be featured. Each year, approximately 35000 children are born with congenital heart defects.
PostCare Recovery: Female Vaginal Self Catheterization on.fb.me - NEW facebook page - it's cool! SEE MORE VIDEOS @ Patient Education 617-379-1582 INFO For a female, lubricate the catheter for a distance of approximately 2 inches from the tip. The female should self-catheterize when sitting on the toilet. Soak the washcloth in warm soapy water and wring it partly dry. Separate the thighs wide apart. With one hand, separate the labia. With the other hand, use the washcloth to clean the vulva from front to back in a single stroke. Alternately, an antibacterial wipe may be used, wiping once from front to back. Still holding the labia apart, grasp the lubricated catheter with the other hand 3-4 inches from the tip. Insert the catheter slowly and gently into the urethra.
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Intermittent Self-Catheterization Male -or- http -or- bit.ly - While you were in the hospital, you received instructions on how to insert a catheter into your own bladder and practiced the procedure until you could do it on your own. Before you self-catheterize at home, you will need to assemble the following equipment: * Urine collecting hat * Warm soapy water in a basin * Clean washcloth * Catheter * Lubricant * Clean hand towel * Resealable plastic bag Void into the hat. Measure the amount of urine and record it in the voided volume column on your record sheet. Carefully, wash and dry your hands. The male can sit on the toilet or lie on a bed with back and head propped up. Lubricate the catheter for a distance of 6 to 8 inches. If necessary, retract the foreskin. Clean the head of the penis with a soapy washcloth or an antibacterial wipe. Hold the penis upright, and insert the lubricated catheter into the urethral opening of the penis. Thread it in slowly until urine flows, usually a distance of 6 to 8 inches. When urine flows, allow all the urine to drain into the hat. Slowly, pull the catheter out. Wash the catheter with soap and water, dry it with a clean towel and store it in a resealable plastic bag. The catheter may be re-used for 1-2 months. Measure the amount of urine in the hat and note the volume in the post void residual column of your record. Discard the urine into the toilet and wash out the hat. Wash and dry your hands. * During the insertion, never force the catheter. * If you ...
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Podcast: Cardiac Catheterization with Angioplasty & Stent... Please visit to view the full surgery. On Wednesday, May 16, at 4 pm, CST, an Internet audience will have a rare chance to watch a heart care procedure as it happens. During a live webcast from Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield, Wisconsin, Marshfield Clinic interventional cardiologists will perform a live cardiac catheterization procedure as well as a possible angioplasty and stent placement. A physician moderator will be on hand to walk the audience through the procedure and give them the inside scoop on the crucial decisions the heart care team is making as they happen. Juan Mesa, MD; Kamilla Buddemeier, MD; Milind Shah, MD; and Sherief Rezkalla, MD, all Marshfield Clinic interventional cardiologists on staff at Saint Joseph's...
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Male Catheterization Educational Nursing Video How to insert catheter into a male patient. Actual Video Of Catheterization Procedure . A clinical view of insertion. This Educational video is designed for Nursing and CIC patients. Clear quality photography of entire procedure.
Intermittent Self-Catheterization Female -or- http -or- bit.ly - While you were in the hospital, you received instructions on how to insert a catheter into your own bladder and practiced the procedure until you could do it on your own. Before you self-catheterize at home, you will need to assemble the following equipment: Patient Education * Urine collecting hat * Warm soapy water in a basin * Clean washcloth * Catheter * Lubricant * Clean hand towel * Resealable plastic bag Void into the hat. Measure the amount of urine and record it in the voided volume column on your record sheet. Carefully, wash and dry your hands. For a female, lubricate the catheter for a distance of approximately 2 inches from the tip. The female should self-catheterize when sitting on the toilet. Soak the washcloth in warm soapy water and wring it partly dry. Separate the thighs wide apart. With one hand, separate the labia. With the other hand, use the washcloth to clean the vulva from front to back in a single stroke. Alternately, an antibacterial wipe may be used, wiping once from front to back. Still holding the labia apart, grasp the lubricated catheter with the other hand 3-4 inches from the tip. Insert the catheter slowly and gently into the urethra. Thread the catheter into the bladder, a distance of 2 to 3 inches. When the catheter is in the bladder, urine will drain out. Collect the urine into the hat. When the flow of urine stops, gently remove the catheter. Wash the catheter with soap and water, dry it with a ...
MTG EZ-Gripper® Male Catheterization Instructions How to catheterize using the MTG EZ-Gripper® a closed system intermittent catheter (with subtitles). Randy Golden of Medical Technologies of Georgia, Inc. (MTG) presents a short overview of the innovative MTG EZ-Gripper® catheter, which features both an outside "gripping" device and the EZ-Advancer® valve. Then utilizing a male anatomical model, James, a C5/C6 quadriplegic demonstrates how to catheterize using the MTG EZ-Gripper® closed system intermittent catheter.
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Heart Animation: Coronary Angiography (Cardiac Catheterization) This 3D heart animation shows a coronary angiography (cardiac catheterization) procedure. It begins by showing the buildup of plaque in an artery wall of the heart, slowing the flow of blood and shows the heart valves pumping. Afterwards, the patient lies on a testing table while contrast dye is injected into the arteries of the heart, showing the location of the blockage. ANCE00182