Complications Of Urologic Devices

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Urologic devices are frequently encountered in the emergency department; these range from a Foley catheter to an artificial urinary sphincter. Complications of these devices are not uncommon and as they can occur in a relatively dramatic manner (e.g., urinary retention) or produce intense pain in a very sensitive region (e.g., unremovable penile ring). Patients typically present in an emergent manner and often are very distraught. Early recognition of the complication, along with timely treatment and consultation, are the goals of emergency physicians.

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