Translation of urinary in Spanish:

urinary

del aparato urinario, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈjʊrəˌnɛri//ˈjʊərɪn(ə)ri/

adjective

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    (disorder) del aparato urinario
    (excluding kidneys) de las vías urinarias
    urinary system sistema urinario masculine
    • Patients should also have a nasogastric tube and urinary catheter inserted.
    • The pediatric unit nurses monitor the urinary output.
    • He or she also explains the need for an indwelling urinary catheter.
    • Once the decision has been made to use an indwelling urinary catheter, efforts should be made to minimize problems.
    • Not all patients with urinary incontinence need urodynamic testing before surgery.
    • The serious infections started when he had a urinary catheter put in nine years ago.
    • Benefits were reported in all areas except urinary stress incontinence.
    • Common side effects include nausea and vomiting, urinary frequency and mild diarrhea.
    • Studies have shown that up to 38 percent of women suffer from urinary incontinence.
    • Intravenous fluid therapy should be used to maintain urinary output.
    • Side effects such as gastrointestinal intolerance and minor urinary symptoms are usually mild and are predominantly dose dependent.
    • Chronic urinary retention with resultant overflow incontinence is uncommon in women.
    • The trust was also making improvements in the care of urinary catheters and intravenous devices.
    • They may also suffer from recurrent urinary infection and may also have very poor bowel control.
    • When possible, urinary catheters should be avoided to minimise the risk of infection.
    • The primary aim of this trial was to assess if training the muscles of the pelvic floor during pregnancy could prevent urinary incontinence.
    • Her indwelling urinary catheter was removed, and her urine output remained in normal range.
    • There were no significant differences in the effect of both medications on serum and urinary cortisol levels.
    • Women are more likely to suffer from urinary incontinence than men, but both genders should be aware of the condition.
    • She warns that any man who believes he may suffer from a urinary problem should seek medical advice for a proper diagnosis before self - treating.