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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.
Cornell researchers develop advanced urine filtration system for astronauts

Cornell researchers develop advanced urine filtration system for astronauts

Survey reveals many women unaware of minimally invasive uterine fibroid treatments

Survey reveals many women unaware of minimally invasive uterine fibroid treatments

From Dr. Oz to heart valves: A tiny device charted a contentious path through the FDA

From Dr. Oz to heart valves: A tiny device charted a contentious path through the FDA

UC San Diego Health offers new bladder-saving gene therapy to treat localized bladder cancer

UC San Diego Health offers new bladder-saving gene therapy to treat localized bladder cancer

Study shows safety of pulsed field ablation for treating patients with atrial fibrillation

Study shows safety of pulsed field ablation for treating patients with atrial fibrillation

Notre Dame study identifies high-risk population for CAUTIs due to fibrinolytic deficiencies

Notre Dame study identifies high-risk population for CAUTIs due to fibrinolytic deficiencies

Study links higher microplastic levels in urine to endometriosis risk

Study links higher microplastic levels in urine to endometriosis risk

Best practices in RF ablation yield excellent outcomes for atrial fibrillation patients

Best practices in RF ablation yield excellent outcomes for atrial fibrillation patients

NHS urged to expand TEER access for all mitral regurgitation patients

NHS urged to expand TEER access for all mitral regurgitation patients

Study finds accounting for sex improves precision and prognostic performance of CMR biomarkers for heart failure

Study finds accounting for sex improves precision and prognostic performance of CMR biomarkers for heart failure

New study advances heart failure detection in women

New study advances heart failure detection in women

Study shows comparable outcomes for TAVR and SAVR in aortic valve replacement

Study shows comparable outcomes for TAVR and SAVR in aortic valve replacement

New joint guideline highlights importance of coordinated care for peripheral artery disease

New joint guideline highlights importance of coordinated care for peripheral artery disease

WHO issues landmark guidelines for preventing catheter-associated infections

WHO issues landmark guidelines for preventing catheter-associated infections

Researchers review current evidence on Candida auris, an emerging multidrug-resistant yeast

Researchers review current evidence on Candida auris, an emerging multidrug-resistant yeast

Analysis shows gender and racial disparities in pulmonary embolism treatment

Analysis shows gender and racial disparities in pulmonary embolism treatment

Novel dual-action thrombectomy device shows promise in treating acute pulmonary embolism

Novel dual-action thrombectomy device shows promise in treating acute pulmonary embolism

APEX-AV trial shows positive results for catheter-directed thrombectomy in acute pulmonary embolism

APEX-AV trial shows positive results for catheter-directed thrombectomy in acute pulmonary embolism

Artificial intelligence expands diagnostic horizons in coronary angiography

Artificial intelligence expands diagnostic horizons in coronary angiography

Study shows radial arterial access superiority in coronary interventions

Study shows radial arterial access superiority in coronary interventions

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