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Flow-directed catheter

Summary Information: Flow-directed catheter

Flow-directed catheter: A flow-directed catheter is a hollow tube with an inflated balloon on the end to help guide the catheter to the correct position within the blood vessel. A catheter is used to deliver or remove fluids, monitor pressure and introduce surgical or monitoring equipment.

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