Urinary catheter policies for short-term bladder drainage in adults
Suprapubic catheters appear to be advantageous over indwelling urethral catheterisation in respect of bacteriuria, recatheterisation and discomfort in adults for short-term bladder drainage. Intermittent catheterisation appears to be associated with a lower risk of bacteriuria than indwelling one, but might be more costly.
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