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Caring for Your Percutaneous Nephrostomy Tube

You have had a drain placed in your kidney, which you will need to care for until it is removed. This will include flushing the tube daily as well as cleaning the tube site and changing the dressing. ... read more

Renal-Stone Dissolution Via Percutaneous Nephrostomy

Recurrent renal stones associated with urinary infection were treated in eight kidneys in six patients by percutaneous nephrostomy and irrigation with hemiacidrin, a commercially available solution of ... read more

Top 5 Vendors in the Nephrostomy Devices Market from 2019 to 2023 | Technavio

Percutaneous nephrostomy (PCN) procedures have gained immense popularity over the last few years as they eliminate the need for nephrostomy tube or ureteral stent devices. PCN procedure provides ... read more

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About the Placement of Your PEG or PEJ Tube for Feeding

This information will help you get ready for your procedure to have a percutaneous ... Care Unit (PACU), where your nurse will monitor your temperature, heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure. They ... read more

C. R. Bard, Cook Medical and Boston Scientific Lead the U.S. Nephrostomy Market

This market includes percutaneous nephrostomy sets, nephrostomy balloon catheters, nephrostomy drainage tubes and ureteral stents ... prostate disease management and skin and wound care. Other notable ... read more

Name that tube

When your patient has an enterostomal tube, change the dressing daily and take great care to prevent secondary infection ... transurethral catheter to help keep the urethra patent. Percutaneous ... read more

What Happens When You Get a Feeding Tube?

Your abdomen may be a bit sore for a couple of days where the tube went in. It might feel like a pulled muscle. Your doctor will give you pain meds for the first day after the surgery. A dietitian ... read more

Consumer Reports Insights: The do's and don'ts of caring for your heart

Cardiovascular disease remains the No. 1 killer of men and women in the United States, in part because heart attack victims often don't recognize the symptoms and delay getting care. Of course ... ... read more

Feeding Tube Insertion (Gastrostomy)

A feeding tube is a device that’s inserted into your stomach through your abdomen. It’s used to supply nutrition when you have trouble eating. Feeding tube insertion is also called percutaneous ... ... read more

About the Placement of Your Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) Tube for Drainage

This information will help you prepare for your procedure to have a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG ... the end of your PEG tube to a bag into which your stomach fluids will drain. You will ... read more

Caring for Your Nephrostomy Tube

they’ll attach a small disk to your skin to help hold the tube in place. Your doctor will instruct you on how to care for your nephrostomy tube. You’ll have to inspect your tube on a daily basis as ... read more

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