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This program discusses indications for and risks of an indwelling urinary catheter. It also illustrates catheterization of a male, emphasizing the importance of maintaining strict sterile technique. In addition, this program describes causes of both temporary and permanent incontinence and presents interventions such as Kegel exercises and condom catheters to reverse or control it.
Program Associated With: Understanding the Complete Blood Count Series
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