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20:25 EDT 23rd October 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Impact of Atkinson Product Design Urinary Slide Valve Versus Standard Catheter Drainage System on Social Functioning

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of the Atkinson Product Design urinary slide valve on patient morbidity and freedom as measured by impact on activities of daily living (ADL) and quality of life (QOL). Secondary objectives include assessing the impact of the device on bacteruria and evaluating the impact of the primary treatment on ADL and QOL.


Study of Obstetric Foley Techniques

Urinary catheterization is a common practice during labor following placement of an epidural for pain control, as this form of anesthesia is known to inhibit normal bladder emptying. There is insufficient evidence to guide clinicians in selection of an indwelling catheter versus intermittent straight catheterization during the course of labor. The goal of this study is to compare two clinically-relevant bladder drainage techniques. This is a randomized controlled trial with a ...

Risks and Benefits of Urinary Catheter in Elective Cesarean Section

This study aims to compare the routine use versus non-use of urethral catheterization in women undergoing first elective cesarean section as regard to intraoperative and postoperative complications


Postoperative Patient Comfort and Quality of Micturition in Suprapubic Tube vs. Transurethral Catheterization After RARP

The purpose of the study is to determine, whether the postoperative quality of micturition and continence can be improved depending on the urinary drainage catheter and retention after robot assisted radical prostatectomy. Another finding could be the study of the pain assessment of the patient, as well as the pain medication at the various derivatives. Further check whether infections and the presence of bacteriuria can be reduced or avoided by the form of urinary drainage.

Evaluation of a New Catheter Coating Process for Urinary Catheters Used for Intermittent Catheterization.

This is a prospective, double-blinded, randomized, multi-centre, cross-over study. All subjects will use both the study device (test catheter) and the comparator (control catheter) for one week each.

Urinary Retention After Vaginal Delivery With Epidural Anesthesia.

The investigators intend to compare the rate of urinary retention among female patients after vaginal delivery under epidural anesthesia, depending on bladder catheterization type, either by a foley catheter inserted adjacent to epidural anesthesia or intermittent catheterization applied every 4 hours during labor.

Efficacy And Safety Of The Uro-Ease® Urinary Catheter During Clean Intermittent Catheterization

To evaluate the ease of use and comfort of a new urinary catheter, the Uro-Ease, as used in the Clean Intermittent Catheterization (CIC)process.

CLINICAL STUDY EVALUATING THE SAFETY OF A NEW CATHETER FOR URINARY INTERMITTENT CATHETERIZATION IN SELF CATHETERIZED PATIENTS

The clinical study evaluates the safety of a new catheter for Urinary Intermittent Catheterisation in self catheterized patients

Study of a Urethral Catheter Coated With Eluting Silver Salts (SUCCESS)

Urinary catheters are often needed in hospital patients, but their use can increase the chance that a catheter associated urinary tract infection (called a CAUTI) may occur. This study will try to determine if patients who get a new silver coated catheter will have slower to time to development of a CAUTI compared to patients who get an uncoated catheter.

The Use of the UroShield Device in Patients With Indwelling Urinary Catheters

According to the Israeli Ministry of Health requirement, this study was designed to evaluate the efficacy of the UroShield system is patients that require urinary catheterization. This was designed to compare standard treatment (urinary catheter alone) with the UroShield treatment in occurrence of catheter associated Urinary Tract infection, pain, discomfort, Biofilm prevention and trauma.

Efficacy of BLASTX in Catheter Associated Bacteriuria Versus Standard of Care (SOC)

This is a 2-week, single-site, randomized study in adults requiring short-term (≤ 14 days) catheterization. Subjects will be randomized 1:1 to either the biofilm disrupting gel (BLASTX) or SOC (McKesson Jelly) lubricated catheters. Urine and/or catheter DNA analysis will be obtained at catheter insertion, 2, 5, 7 and 14 days after catheterization.

The Impact of Postoperative Catheterization Time After Stress Incontinence Surgery to Success of Surgery

After incontinence surgery, the patients randomly will be devided two groups. In group A postoperative urinary catheterizaiton time will be applied one day, In group B catheterization will be applied two days. After removal of urinary catheter, residual volume will be measured and voiding function will be controlled. In postoperative period; third, sixth month and one year after surgery stress test will be applied to control success of surgery

Catheter Management After Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery

This is a randomized controlled trial comparing plug-unplug catheter management, continuous drainage catheter systems and patients that do not get discharged with catheters after inpatient pelvic reconstructive surgery.

Prevention of Catheter Associated Lower Urinary Infections Using the Oxys Indwelling Catheter

The safety and efficacy of a urinary catheter designed to prevent catheter associated urinary infections is studied.

Use of The Spanner Temporary Prostatic Stent as an Alternative to a Urinary Catheter to Achieve Bladder Drainage in Men

The Spanner is being evaluated for use to manage voiding dysfunction and lower urinary tract symptoms in subjects to achieve bladder drainage in men unfit for other treatments.

Impact of Aggressive Versus Standard Drainage Regimen Using a Long Term Indwelling Pleural Catheter

Purpose and Objective: The purpose of this study is to determine if the rate of spontaneous pleurodesis using the Pleurx® catheter could be increased by simply increasing the frequency of pleural drainage and, if so, whether catheter-related complications can be minimized and spare patients the need for long term management of the Pleurx® catheter.

The Effect of Catheter Valve Vs. Standard Catheter Removal in Outpatients

It is estimated that over 10% of men above the age of 60 will experience an episode of urinary retention over a period of 5 years and will need urethral catheter. Some of these patients are discharged from the hospital with urethral catheter, for them to attend a Trial Without Catheter (TWOC) clinic at a later date for catheter removal. Traditionally after catheter is removed in the clinic the nurse has to wait for up to 5 hours before the patient get the urge to pass urine and...

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Sterile Single-use vs Reused Polyvinylchloride Catheter For Intermittent Catheterization In Neurogenic Bladder

The objective of the study is to determine whether single-use polyvinylchloride (PVC) catheters reduce urinary tract infections (UTI) compared to reused PVC catheters for patients with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida that require intermittent catheterization for bladder emptying. The investigators conducted a randomized parallel clinical trial with an 8-week follow-up comparing single-use and reused (washed with soap and water, and stored in a container with benzalkonium...

Parecoxib for Treatment of Catheter Related Bladder Discomfort

Catheter-related bladder discomfort (CRBD) is defined as an urge to void or discomfort in the supra-pubic region; reported postoperatively in patients who have had urinary catheterization intra-operatively. In the present study, we evaluated Parecoxib (P) for preventing CRBD in patients undergoing catheterization after transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT).

Comparative Study Between Retained and Non-retained Urinary Catheter in Total Knee Arthorplasty With Epidural Anesthesia

The purpose of this study is to compare the prevalence of postoperative urinary retention between retained and non-retained urinary catheter in total knee arthorplasty with epidural anesthesia

A Randomized Control Trial Comparing Single vs. Multiple Application of Lidocaine Analgesia Prior to Urethral Catheterization Procedures

The purpose of this study is to determine if a single application of Lidocaine gel topical anesthesia is as effective in decreasing the discomfort associated with urinary catheterization as two applications, within our pediatric population. Currently, two applications is our standard of care within our pediatric Radiology Department. Urinary catheterization is the process of placing a flexible tube into the urinary opening (urethra), to drain urine or instill radiographic solut...

Detecting Urinary Retention After Child Birth With a Ultrasound Scanner

The purpose of this study is a systematical registration of ultrasound measurements and urinary volume after catheterization. Based on these pairs of measurements we will calculate the reliability of ultrasound compared with catheter volume.

Symptomatic Ascites and Lymphocysts Drainage With a Patient-controlled Vascular Catheter.

The purpose of this study is to determine whether drainage with the usage of a fine, patient-controlled vascular catheter inserted into abdominal cavity or lymphocyst lumen is a feasible, safe and effective method in the management of symptomatic malignant ascites and postoperative lymphocysts. Patients' quality of life, nutritional status and experience on the treatment is to be evaluated.

Caesarean Delivery With or Without an Indwelling Bladder Catheter

The aim of this study is to compare the incidence of catheter associated culture-based urinary tract infection (UTI) after elective CD with or without preoperative placement of a urinary catheter.

Caesarean Delivery With or Without an Indwelling Bladder Catheter. A Randomised Trial.

The aim of this study is to compare the incidence of catheter associated culture-based urinary tract infection (UTI) after elective CD with or without preoperative placement of a urinary catheter.


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