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Male Urethral Catheterization  (Barbat uretrala cateterizare)
Male Urethral Catheterization (Barbat uretrala cateterizare)
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Male Foley Catheter Application Demonstration
Male Foley Catheter Application Demonstration
DATE: 2012/06/05::
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Insertion of Male Catheter
Insertion of Male Catheter
DATE: 2015/03/08::
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E005 care of an indwelling catheter
E005 care of an indwelling catheter
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Male Foley Catheter
Male Foley Catheter
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Inserting an Indwelling Catheter to a Female
Inserting an Indwelling Catheter to a Female
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Foley Catheter Demonstration for Female
Foley Catheter Demonstration for Female
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Foley Catheter Insertion
Foley Catheter Insertion
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CNA Training Applying a catheter
CNA Training Applying a catheter
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My SP Catheter Change **(Caution Graphic)**
My SP Catheter Change **(Caution Graphic)**
DATE: 2011/10/27::
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Catheterization Technique for the Urinary Bladder of a Female
Catheterization Technique for the Urinary Bladder of a Female
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Female Catheter Insertion
Female Catheter Insertion
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mosby   condom catheter @condom 2014
mosby condom catheter @condom 2014
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Intermittent Catheter instruction video from Coloplast
Intermittent Catheter instruction video from Coloplast
DATE: 2009/08/06::
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How to use a catheter for women in a wheelchair – Coloplast SpeediCath® self cathetarization
How to use a catheter for women in a wheelchair – Coloplast SpeediCath® self cathetarization
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Male Catheter Insertion
Male Catheter Insertion
DATE: 2008/02/07::
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CNA ESSENTIAL SKILLS - Catheter Care for Female (6:54)
CNA ESSENTIAL SKILLS - Catheter Care for Female (6:54)
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How to Use A Catheter - MTG Instant Cath® Coude Catheters
How to Use A Catheter - MTG Instant Cath® Coude Catheters
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Catheter Care
Catheter Care
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Supra Pubic Catheter change
Supra Pubic Catheter change
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Foley Catheter Removal.wmv
Foley Catheter Removal.wmv
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Catheter automat
Catheter automat
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27 KT phụ giúp bác sỹ đặt catheter
27 KT phụ giúp bác sỹ đặt catheter
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Male Foley Catheter Removal - Best Practice Guidelines
Male Foley Catheter Removal - Best Practice Guidelines
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Swan-Ganz Catheter Placement Animation
Swan-Ganz Catheter Placement Animation
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Đặt Catheter Tĩnh Mach Trung Tâm, VietSub
Đặt Catheter Tĩnh Mach Trung Tâm, VietSub
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Urinary Catheter Care | UCLA Urology
Urinary Catheter Care | UCLA Urology
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Placement of Central Venous Catheter - NEJM
Placement of Central Venous Catheter - NEJM
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Irrigating Foley Catheter by Opening a Closed System
Irrigating Foley Catheter by Opening a Closed System
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How to Insert Foley Catheter
How to Insert Foley Catheter
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Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections
Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections
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Low skill fibreoptic intubation using the Aintree Catheter
Low skill fibreoptic intubation using the Aintree Catheter
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Canine IV Catheter Placement
Canine IV Catheter Placement
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Catheter
Catheter
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36 Crazyfists - Installing The Catheter
36 Crazyfists - Installing The Catheter
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Suprapubic Foley Catheter Introducing Set - Cistostomia
Suprapubic Foley Catheter Introducing Set - Cistostomia
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SUBCLAVIAN CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERIZATION  Theory & Practice
SUBCLAVIAN CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERIZATION Theory & Practice
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Straight Catheter Insertion
Straight Catheter Insertion
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Perform Catheter Care CNA Skill
Perform Catheter Care CNA Skill
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[PTTH] Đặt Catheter Tĩnh Mạch - BS Phạm Phú Thái
[PTTH] Đặt Catheter Tĩnh Mạch - BS Phạm Phú Thái
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Pulmonary Artery Catheter (SWANs Catheter)
Pulmonary Artery Catheter (SWANs Catheter)
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Tunneled Dialysis Catheter Insertion
Tunneled Dialysis Catheter Insertion
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Formal Intercostal Catheter Insertion
Formal Intercostal Catheter Insertion
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Foley Catheter -  Male
Foley Catheter - Male
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Instructional Video for Catheter Care
Instructional Video for Catheter Care
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Catheter Video for applying a Male External Catheter Part 2
Catheter Video for applying a Male External Catheter Part 2
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ProGuide™ Chronic Dialysis Catheter Insertion Video
ProGuide™ Chronic Dialysis Catheter Insertion Video
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Đặt catheter Tĩnh Mạch dưới đòn
Đặt catheter Tĩnh Mạch dưới đòn
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Cardiac Cath with Angioplasty
Cardiac Cath with Angioplasty
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EDEN Epidural Catheter
EDEN Epidural Catheter
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Single use urinary catheter, 40 cm

In medicine, a catheter /ˈkæθɪtər/ is a thin tube made from medical grade materials serving a broad range of functions. Catheters are medical devices that can be inserted in the body to treat diseases or perform a surgical procedure. By modifying the material or adjusting the way catheters are manufactured, it is possible to tailor catheters for cardiovascular, urological, gastrointestinal, neurovascular, and ophthalmic applications.

Catheters can be inserted into a body cavity, duct, or vessel. Functionally, they allow drainage, administration of fluids or gases, access by surgical instruments, and also perform a wide variety of other tasks depending on the type of catheter.[1] The process of inserting a catheter is catheterization. In most uses, catheter is a thin, flexible tube ("soft" catheter) though catheters are available in varying levels of stiffness depending on the application. A catheter left inside the body, either temporarily or permanently, may be referred to as an indwelling catheter. A permanently inserted catheter may be referred to as a permcath (originally a trademark)

The ancient Syrians created catheters from reeds. "Katheter — καθετήρ" originally referred to any instrument that was inserted, such as a plug. It comes from the Greek verb "kathiemai — καθίεμαι" meaning "let down", because the catheter was 'let down' into the body.

Uses[edit]

Placement of a catheter into a particular part of the body may allow:

Inventors[edit]

The earliest American invention of the flexible catheter was during the 18th century.[2] Extending his inventiveness to his family's medical problems, Benjamin Franklin invented the flexible catheter in 1752 when his brother John suffered from bladder stones. Franklin's catheter was made of metal with segments hinged together with a wire enclosed to provide rigidity during insertion.[3][4]

According to a footnote in his letter in Volume 4 of the Papers of Benjamin Franklin (1959), Benjamin Franklin credits Francesco Roncelli-Pardino from 1720 as the inventor of a flexible catheter. In fact, Benjamin Franklin claims the flexible catheter may have been designed even earlier[5]

An early modern application of the catheter was employed by Claude Bernard for the purpose of cardiac catheterization in 1844. The procedure involved entering a horse’s ventricles via the jugular vein and carotid artery. This appears to be an earlier and modern application of the catheter because this catheter approach technique is still performed by neurosurgeons, cardiologists, and cardiothoracic surgeons[6]

David S. Sheridan was the inventor of the modern disposable catheter in the 1940s. In his lifetime he started and sold four catheter companies and was dubbed the "Catheter King" by Forbes magazine in 1988. He is also credited with the invention of the modern "disposable" plastic endotracheal tube now used routinely in surgery. Prior to his invention, red rubber tubes were used, sterilized, and then re-used, which had a high risk of infection and thus often led to the spread of disease. As a result Mr Sheridan is credited with saving thousands of lives.

In the early 1900s, a Dubliner named Walsh and a famous Scottish urinologist called Norman Gibbon teamed together to create the standard catheter used in hospitals today. Named after the two creators, it was called the Gibbon-Walsh catheter. The Gibbon and the Walsh catheters have been described and their advantages over other catheters shown. The Walsh catheter is particularly useful after prostatectomy for it drains the bladder without infection or clot retention. The Gibbon catheter has largely obviated the necessity of performing emergency prostatectomy. It is also very useful in cases of urethral fistula. A simple procedure such as dilatation of the urethra and passage of a Gibbon catheter often causes the fistula to close. This catheter is also of use in the treatment of urethral stricture and, as a temporary measure, in the treatment of retention of urine caused by carcinoma of the prostate.

Materials[edit]

A range of polymers are used for the construction of catheters, including silicone rubber, nitinol, nylon, polyurethane, polyethylene terephthalate (PETE) latex, and thermoplastic elastomers. Silicone is one of the most common choices because it is inert and unreactive to body fluids and a range of medical fluids with which it might come into contact. On the other hand, the polymer is weak mechanically, and a number of serious fractures have occurred in catheters[citation needed]. For example, silicone is used in Foley catheters where fractures have been reported, often requiring surgery to remove the tip left in the bladder.

There are many different types of catheters for bladder problems. A typical modern intermittent catheter is made from polyurethane and comes in different lengths and sizes for men, women and children. The most advanced catheters have a thin hydrophilic surface coating. When immersed in water this coating swells to a smooth, slippery film making the catheter safer and more comfortable to insert. Some catheters are packed in a sterile saline solution.

Interventional procedures[edit]

Different catheter tips can be used to guide the catheter into the target vessel. Refer to[7] for a picture of different catheter tips and their respective names.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Diggery, Robert (2012). Catheters: Types, applications and potential complications (medical devices and equipment). Nova Science. ISBN 1621006301. 
  2. ^ http://www.urologichistory.museum/content/milestones/catheterization/p1.cfm
  3. ^ "Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World". Minnesota Historical Society. 
  4. ^ Hirschmann, J.V. (December 2005). "Benjamin Franklin and Medicine" (PDF). Annals of Internal Medicine 143 (11): 830–4. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-143-11-200512060-00012. 
  5. ^ Huth, E.J. (2007). "Benjamin Franklin's place in the history of medicine" (PDF). Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 37 (4): 373–8. 
  6. ^ Baim, Donald (2005). Grossman's Cardiac Catheterization, Angiography, and Intervention. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ISBN 978-0781755672. 
  7. ^ http://www.merit.com/PDFs/IMPRESS400741001-B.pdf[dead link]

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