Credé's method

Credé's method (maneuver)

 [krĕ-dāz´]
a technique for manual expression of urine from the bladder used in bladder training for paralyzed patients: the hands are held flat against the abdomen, just below the umbilicus. A firm downward stroke toward the bladder is repeated six or seven times, followed by pressure from both hands placed directly over the bladder to manually remove all urine.

Credé's method

[kredā′z]
Etymology: Karl S. Credé
a technique for promoting the expulsion of urine by manual compression of the bladder through external pressure on the lower abdominal wall.
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