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In medicine, a catheter is a tube that can be inserted into a body cavity, duct, or vessel. Catheters . In most uses, a catheter is a thin, flexible tube ("soft" catheter), though in some uses, it is a larger, solid ("hard") catheter. A catheter left inside the body, either temporarily or permanently, may be referred to as an indwelling catheter. A permanently inserted catheter may be referred to as a permcath.
A non-invasive method to predict intracranial pressure

A non-invasive method to predict intracranial pressure

Ticagrelor therapy, without aspirin, can benefit patients with acute coronary syndrome

Ticagrelor therapy, without aspirin, can benefit patients with acute coronary syndrome

Taking ticagrelor alone better for patients with complex heart disease

Taking ticagrelor alone better for patients with complex heart disease

10-year follow-up study shows safety, efficacy of stenting compared with bypass surgery

10-year follow-up study shows safety, efficacy of stenting compared with bypass surgery

Treatment with ticagrelor alone reduces adverse events in patients with diabetes

Treatment with ticagrelor alone reduces adverse events in patients with diabetes

Revita DMR therapy has potential to transform lives of patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes

Revita DMR therapy has potential to transform lives of patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes

Renal denervation effective in patients with untreated high blood pressure

Renal denervation effective in patients with untreated high blood pressure

Heart size of dogs affects both vortex flow and pressure difference

Heart size of dogs affects both vortex flow and pressure difference

Outcomes of mothers giving birth during COVID-19 pandemic

Outcomes of mothers giving birth during COVID-19 pandemic

Researchers use ultrasound technique to accurately localize cardiac arrhythmias

Researchers use ultrasound technique to accurately localize cardiac arrhythmias

Mayo research provides evidence supporting benefit of ablation for heart failure patients with AFib

Mayo research provides evidence supporting benefit of ablation for heart failure patients with AFib

New immunotherapeutic strategy shows promise to fight off infectious biofilms

New immunotherapeutic strategy shows promise to fight off infectious biofilms

EHRA 2020: Latest practice-changing research in heart rhythm disorders

EHRA 2020: Latest practice-changing research in heart rhythm disorders

First patient in U.S. treated for atrial fibrillation using new type of ablation technology

First patient in U.S. treated for atrial fibrillation using new type of ablation technology

Trusting injection drug users with IV antibiotics at home: It can work

Trusting injection drug users with IV antibiotics at home: It can work

Researchers succeed in beating-heart surgery to repair mitral valve

Researchers succeed in beating-heart surgery to repair mitral valve

New drug offers hope for preserving brain cells for a time after stroke

New drug offers hope for preserving brain cells for a time after stroke

Heart valve that grows with the child lowers the need for risky multiple heart surgeries

Heart valve that grows with the child lowers the need for risky multiple heart surgeries

A broken heart for Valentine’s Day turns to healing

A broken heart for Valentine’s Day turns to healing

Mayo Clinic study evaluates trends in risk profiles, patient outcomes for coronary revascularization

Mayo Clinic study evaluates trends in risk profiles, patient outcomes for coronary revascularization