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Intravesical instillation of gentamicin sulfate: In vitro, rat, canine, and human studies.
Key Words: Bladder cancer, transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT), intravesical instillation, nursing care, symptom assessment.
Intravesical instillation of BCG has been used in the treatment of intermediate and high-grade bladder carcinoma in situ since 1976 and has been proven to be safe and effective.
Purpose: The aim of this phase lb/Ila study was to investigate the maximum tolerable concentration of Abnobaviscum[R] Frax-ini 20 mg for intravesical instillation in patients with superficial bladder cancer.
Patients with non-muscle-invasive recurrences after intravesical chemotherapy can benefit from BCG instillations.
Studies touting the effectiveness of surgeries and instillations often fail to follow basic practices of good scientific research; they are not evidence-based medicine.
Thirty-one patients who had undergone abdominoplasty procedures were selected for instillation of a local anaesthetic preparation, ropivacaine (Naropin, AstraZeneca) into the wound site on day 1 and 2 after surgery, followed by early mobilisation.
One might reasonably anticipate that instillation of any topical cochleotoxic agent into the middle ear would primarily affect the inner hair cells responsible for ultrahigh-frequency hearing that are closest to the round window membrane portal of entry.
Although I have little time for modern art instillations such as these, I also think that being able to paint an exact copy of a vase of flowers is no nearer to being genuine art when a camera could do the same job.
Normal saline instillations before suctioning: Helpful or harmful?
A total amount of 40 mg of MMC was administered in 60 min but, to avoid the drug degradation throughout the entire procedure, the dose was delivered with two 30-min instillations of 20 mg/50 mL bidistilled water.