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Intermittent Versus Continous Catheterization for Treatment of Postpartum Urinary Retention.

Women with a postvoid residual bladder volume of at least 150 mL will be divided into two groups following vaginal delivery or within six to eight hours following cesarean delivery, or women with postvoid residual bladder volume of at least 150 mL will be divided into two groups, one group will include women who catheterize intermittently every 6-8 hours, up to a total time of 48 hours. Following the catheterization, the catheter will be removed 24 hours after its placement, and post voiding residual volume will be assessed six hours following catheter removal.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04104165


Is Routine Urinary Bladder Catheterization Necessary After Ureteroscopy and Double J Stent Placement?

All urologists have hands and feet, and the introduction of a foley catheter will help maintain bladder pressures as low as required. The procedure of inserting a foley catheter into the urinary bladder following ureteroscopy for kidney or renal stones, as well as DJ stent placement doesn't have a documented history, and it often depends on the surgeon's choice. Following ureteroscopy and DJ stent placement, the intention of this research is to determine whether routine insertion of a bladder catheter following ureteroscopy and DJ stent placement will minimize stent-related issues related to reflux and urinary tract infections.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03713411


Ultrasound-guided Vena Jugularis Interna Catheterization Lateral Approach Short Axis in - Plane Technique

If the candidate meets inclusion/exclusion criteria, the candidate will sign an informed consent and be included in the study. All enrolled subjects will be randomly divided into two groups in the upcoming step. In group A. There will be a catheterization of vena jugularis interna by lateral approach with ultrasound of the vein on its short axis. With ultrasound, the in-plane technique would be used. The vein's jugularis interna will be catheterized by a conventional approach with ultrasound visualization of the vein on its short axis, and the out-of-plane technique will be used. Later this year, all enrolling subjects will be tested by an anesthetist or neurologist focusing on neurological deficits in the upper limbs. According to the most recent international guidelines and the random group, catheterization of the vein will be carried out in the next step. Function monitoring of the central vein catheter will be done on a daily basis. The catheter will be analyzed for thrombosis on a daily basis, with ultrasound analysis of the catheter to determine the presence of thrombosis. Any complications, such as signs of an infection or signs of catheter damage will be monitored on a daily basis. A neurological abnormality in the upper limbs will be determined by an anesthetist or neurologist prior to catheterization. All measured results will be recorded on the case report form and will also be embedded in the patient's hospital medical records.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05399108


Predictors and Outcomes of Time to Hemostasis Post Trans-femoral Cardiac Catheterization: a Multicenter Cohort Study

In several acute and critical care settings, removing femoral sheaths and handling related issues after percutaneous coronary intervention are common. As one of the final modifiable steps to avoid access site complications, it is important, following catheterization procedures, determining the predictors of expected hemostasis at the time of trans-femoral arterial sheath removal is also important. This investigation will be conducted in six Cardiac catheterization units representing governmental and private hospitals.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05501964


A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing In-line Ultrasound Guided Subclavian Vein Catheterization With or Without Needle Guide.

OBJECTIVES The primary aim of this study is to determine if the addition of a needle guide in ultrasound-guided catheterization of the subclavian vein using the long-axis approach with an in-plane needling method. Adults of 18 years of age or older who want a subclavian CVC for whatever reason, as long as no exclusion criteria is fulfilled. Outcomes Primary outcome of CVC insertions with > 1 skin puncture will be determined by the primary outcome.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05513378


Which Technique is Effective in Reducing the Pain of Peripheral Intravenous Catheterization in Pediatric Patients, Infra-Red Light or Buzzy®?

An individual data collection form and the Facial Expressions Pain Rating Scale will be used to gather data by face-to-face interview. Pain Rating Scale: This scale is based on various facial expressions that are depicted visually. Following this, the use of the Facial Expressions Pain Rating Scale will be demonstrated to the children in simple language that they can comprehend. The researchers in Buzzy's group will place the Buzzyae unit one minute before the catheterization site and until the end of the procedure, with its wings under it. Pediatric patients in the AccuVein group will be treated with the AccuVeinu00ae intravenous catheterization unit, and the veins in the area where the entry is set will be performed will be shown with the AccuVeinnu00ae infrared vein visualization system, as well as the existing catheterization technique, which will be performed in the vein that has been decided on for entry. The children of both groups will be asked to assess their pain levels with the Facial Expressions Pain Rating Scale immediately after the procedure is complete, and the results will be reported on the data collection form.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05523518

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