Bozeman-Fritsch catheter


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Boze·man-Fritsch cath·e·ter

(bōz'măn frich),
a slightly curved, double-channel, uterine catheter with several openings at the tip.

Boze·man-Fritsch cath·e·ter

(bōz'măn frich kath'ĕ-tĕr)
A slightly curved double-channel uterine catheter with several openings at the tip.

Bozeman-Fritsch catheter

(bōz′măn-frĭtch)
[Nathan Bozeman, U.S. surgeon, 1825–1905; Heinrich Fritsch, Ger. gynecologist, 1844–1915]
A double-lumen uterine catheter with several openings at the tip.

Bozeman,

Nathan, U.S. surgeon, 1825-1905.
Bozeman clamp
Bozeman curette
Bozeman dilator
Bozeman dressing forceps
Bozeman forceps
Bozeman hook
Bozeman needle holder
Bozeman operation - an operation for uterovaginal fistula, the cervix uteri being attached to the bladder and opening into its cavity.
Bozeman position - knee-elbow position, the patient being strapped to supports.
Bozeman speculum
Bozeman sutures
Bozeman uterine forceps
Bozeman-Fritsch catheter - a slightly curved double-channel uterine catheter with several openings at the tip.

Fritsch,

Heinrich, German gynecologist, 1844-1915.
Bozeman-Fritsch catheter - see under Bozeman