Installation Of A Hose In The Penis When Going To Kidney Stone Treatment?
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Previously, you should further explain what medication is meant by your father's doctor? Basically before a urine catheter is inserted, there is no need for certain premedications (there is no specific drug that must be given). When the catheter is inserted, a local anesthetic and lubricant are inserted into the penis to reduce pain during the catheter procedure, but if it is not given and the catheter is inserted, no need to remove the catheter and reinstall. Therefore you should discuss directly with your father's doctor about what medication needs to be given and why it is necessary to remove and re-install the urine catheter.
At the moment I cannot say whether or not the catheter tube is safe because there is blood coming out of the tube. Need to be evaluated first whether the blood is only a little out at the beginning of the installation or continuous discharge with urine and if there is a lot of bleeding or a little. If there is bleeding in the urethra, there is a risk of blood clots that can clog the urine catheter. If this happens, then the urine may not come out and accumulate in your father's bladder. It is better for now to pay further attention to whether the urine comes out smoothly from the catheter tube. If the urine does not come out smoothly let alone not come out at all, your father has lower abdominal pain and his lower abdomen appears enlarged, immediately take him to the hospital for further action.
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