Aug 1, 1977

Short-term catheterization following electroresection of the prostate and adenomectomy

Zeitschrift für Urologie und Nephrologie
H W Müller-MarienburgH Scheer


The catheter short-term treatment is used in altogether 500 patients in adenectomy as well as in TUR. Apart from the restoration of regular passage the reduction of the infection of the urinary tract is the most important aim of the surgery of the prostate gland. With the help of the short catheter follow-up treatment within the first four weeks after operation the infection of the urinary tract is cured in 87,5% of the cases. The subjective trouble of the patient is further decreased. Prerequisite for the permanent catheter short-term treatment is the exact operation technique combined with most careful haemostasis.

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Entire Urinary Tract
Postoperative Procedures
Urinary System
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Foley Catheterization
Urinary Tract
Mouse Prostate Gland
Hemostatic Function

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