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beverly69 27-01-2013
"For some surgeries, we place a urinary catheter. If no catheter is there, and the majority of surgeries do not necessitate a catheter, there are absorbant pads under the patient's back side, and that absorbs the urine. If a patient has a bowel movement, it happens, and we clean it up at the end. Neither causes any complications, and neither is an uncommon occurrence."
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