By seeing what you do, you can avoid trauma and injury.
Vision lets you steer around curves, strictures, false passages, enlarged
prostates and other complications. Vision also lets you see when to stop,
which can avoid iatrogenic injuries. Before every Foley is placed,
providers need to take a history and identify patients that
present with a history of difficult urinary catheterization
(DUC) or DUC complications. These patients
are at-risk for trauma and the first attempt
should be visually-guided.
Vision is expected to reduce trauma,
which in turn is expected to
reduce your hospital’s CAUTI rate.
Together We Can Be Brilliant:
Vision improves patient care and