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How to improve catheterization skills

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A well-trained health care provider should be familiar with the fundamentals of insertion of a urethral and suprapubic catheter. Improper catheterization can lead to iatrogenic urethral injury, including incontinence, strictures, erectile dysfunction, infection, and even infertility.

Training for insertion of the urethral and suprapubic catheter should occur in a safe, simulated environment, where medical and nursing students can apply knowledge into hands-on experience.

Join us at IMSH Delivers on March 31 for a live session with Dr. Laungani

How to improve catheterization skills - An interactive session for healthcare providers to teach basic urinary catheterization techniques in the male and female patient.

Join the one-hour virtual learning lab with live Q&A to learn about best practices of urinary catheterization training with board certified urologist Dr. Laungani.

Dr. Laungani, Director of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery who specializes in adult urology and urologic oncology, will demonstrate tips and tricks for successful urinary catheter placement in male and female patients on a the newest simulator and talk about:
  • Pitfalls and common mistakes during catheterization and how to avoid them
  • Review of different catheters and their indication to use with the patients
  • Understanding indicators to identify the need to call for help
This learning lab is perfect for those looking for new and innovative ways to teach and train urinary catheterization skills.

Rajesh G. Laungani, MD FACS
Director of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery, Piedmont Physicians Urology Specialists
Stephanie F. Jackson
3B Scientific Medical Education & Simulation Representative

Date: Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
Language: English

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Catheterization simulator used for demonstration:

3B Scientific’s P93 Pro Catheterization Trainer can be used to demonstrate and practice urethral catheterization in both female and male bladders. Recently, the 3B Scientific P93 Pro Catheterization Trainer has been upgraded with an SPC feature to allow for a suprapubic catheterization trainer in addition to urethral.