Translation of catheter in Spanish:


catéter, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkaθətə//ˈkæθədər/


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    catéter masculine
    • It is often helpful to insert a urinary catheter, so that the diarrhoea can be accurately quantified by recording the stool weight.
    • This relieves the obstruction to the flow of urine by passing a urinary catheter to empty the bladder.
    • One of the main sources of nosocomial bloodstream infections is intravascular catheters.
    • This will involve placing a small rubber tube called a catheter in the abscess to drain out the fluid.
    • Patients should also have a nasogastric tube and urinary catheter inserted.