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A NEW BLADDER IRRIGATOR.

A NEW BLADDER IRRIGATOR. The instrument here described was prepared to meet the requirements of some cases of vesical catarrh. The simplicity of the apparatus is its chief feature, yet it meets all the indications where douching or washing out the bladder is desired. It consists of an ordinary No. 9 metallic catheter, jointed, so that a male or a female point can be attached as required. The points are perforated to facilitate the inflow and outflow of the water used in the douche. Near the end of the stem is a reflow-pipe, as indicated in the diagram. It is thus used: The irrigator, 1, in diagram is introduced into the bladder, 2; a fountain syringe, 3, is filled with the solution the physician wishes to use and the tube, a, attached to the irrigator, 1; a rubber tube, b, is attached to the reflow pipe, 4, and passes to a vessel under the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

A NEW BLADDER IRRIGATOR.

JAMA , Volume XXVI (9) – Feb 29, 1896

A NEW BLADDER IRRIGATOR.

Abstract


The instrument here described was prepared to meet the requirements of some cases of vesical catarrh. The simplicity of the apparatus is its chief feature, yet it meets all the indications where douching or washing out the bladder is desired. It consists of an ordinary No. 9 metallic catheter, jointed, so that a male or a female point can be attached as required. The points are perforated to facilitate the inflow and outflow of the water used in the douche. Near the end of the stem is a...
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American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1896 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1896.02430610032014
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Abstract

The instrument here described was prepared to meet the requirements of some cases of vesical catarrh. The simplicity of the apparatus is its chief feature, yet it meets all the indications where douching or washing out the bladder is desired. It consists of an ordinary No. 9 metallic catheter, jointed, so that a male or a female point can be attached as required. The points are perforated to facilitate the inflow and outflow of the water used in the douche. Near the end of the stem is a reflow-pipe, as indicated in the diagram. It is thus used: The irrigator, 1, in diagram is introduced into the bladder, 2; a fountain syringe, 3, is filled with the solution the physician wishes to use and the tube, a, attached to the irrigator, 1; a rubber tube, b, is attached to the reflow pipe, 4, and passes to a vessel under the

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Feb 29, 1896

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