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  • v. Present participle of catheterize.


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  • She started in 1946 as a receptionist in the lab, where she helped out by catheterizing male frogs to get the urine specimens used in pregnancy tests at the time.

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  • It also says something about “catheterizing a cat”, which is weird.

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  • Is it time to think about catheterizing or using a bedpan sometimes?

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  • Do not go too long without catheterizing, and do not stop catheterizing altogether.

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  • Dr. Michael O'Leary, senior urologic surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, suggested that having people sit down to urinate or catheterizing them would be other options to obtaining the necessary urine sample.

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  • She cared for Maro 24 hours a day -- checking his equipment, moving his legs, arms, and neck every few hours, and feeding, bathing, and catheterizing him.

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  • Given the choice between surgically augmenting her bladder so it would empty through her belly button or catheterizing her themselves, they chose the latter.

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  • It has been a huge commitment, with the couple catheterizing Sophie every three hours.

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  • "We've done catheterizing in our school buildings for a number of years."

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  • I will soon be going to a spina bifida clinic, because I, like those with spina bifida, have strips of nerves that seem to work and large strips that don’t and so for basic things like self catheterizing and other possible quality of life issues the clinic may help me.

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