A drainage tube (catheter) inserted into the bladder, by passing it through a surgically-made small hole in the abdomen.
a catheter which is inserted through a small incision (cut) made in the wall of your lower abdomen just above your pubic bone and below your belly button
an alternative solution to an indwelling urethral catheter in women who require chronic bladder drainage
a type of indwelling catheter inserted surgically through the abdomen into the bladder because of conditions that prevent entry through the urethra
Inserted just above the pubic bone by way of a small opening. This is normally inserted using a local anaesthetic.
A tube inserted through a small puncture hole in the lower abdomen into the bladder where it remains to provide a continuous urine drainage system.
catheter inserted through the abdominal wall above the symphysis pubis into the urinary bladder
A tube inserted through the skin and tissue of the lower abdomen into the bladder. A balloon on one end of the catheter holds it in place in the bladder. The tube remains in the bladder and drains constantly, so the bladder is never full. The other end of the catheter tube is attached to a urine collection bag. When this type of catheter is used, it is put in place by a doctor.
A catheter surgically inserted into the bladder by incision above the pubis.