Safe Bladder

A term of art for a bladder in a patient with a spinal cord injury who has a low risk of infection due to prophylactic measures,e.g., maintenance of low voiding pressures and sterile urine
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Urodynamics can be helpful in this situation to determine safe bladder volumes.
In this case, urodynamics can be useful in determining safe bladder volumes to prevent reflux (see Figure 11).
The patient who is learning ISC needs to understand the physiologic advantages of self-catheterization, such as decreasing the risk of urinary tract infection and protecting the kidneys by maintaining safe bladder pressures to reduce the risk of reflux.