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Severe Hemorrhage from Cervical Cancer Managed with Foley Catheter Balloon Tamponade.

Sonoo T, Inokuchi R, Yamamoto M, Nakamura K, Nakajima S, Yahagi N - West J Emerg Med (2015)

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Affiliation: The University of Tokyo Hospital, Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Medicine Department, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan ; Hitachi General Hospital, Emergency Medicine Department, Hitachi-shi, Ibaraki, Japan.

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Successful balloon tamponade from the intrauterine mass using Foley catheter. Arrow 1: mass and coagulated blood filling the uterine cavity. Arrow 2: foley catheter balloon put at the uterine cervix.
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f1-wjem-16-793: Successful balloon tamponade from the intrauterine mass using Foley catheter. Arrow 1: mass and coagulated blood filling the uterine cavity. Arrow 2: foley catheter balloon put at the uterine cervix.

Mentions: A 67-year-old woman complaining of continuous fresh vaginal hemorrhage came to our emergency department in a pre-shock state. Examinations revealed an irregularly shaped mass in the uterus and active arterial bleeding. Emergent hysterectomy and interventional radiology were not immediately available. Foley catheter with 20mL water was inserted into the uterine cavity, then the balloon was pulled to obstruct the uterus output (Figure). Her vital signs became stabilized, and she was transferred to another hospital two days later.


Severe Hemorrhage from Cervical Cancer Managed with Foley Catheter Balloon Tamponade.

Sonoo T, Inokuchi R, Yamamoto M, Nakamura K, Nakajima S, Yahagi N - West J Emerg Med (2015)

Successful balloon tamponade from the intrauterine mass using Foley catheter. Arrow 1: mass and coagulated blood filling the uterine cavity. Arrow 2: foley catheter balloon put at the uterine cervix.
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f1-wjem-16-793: Successful balloon tamponade from the intrauterine mass using Foley catheter. Arrow 1: mass and coagulated blood filling the uterine cavity. Arrow 2: foley catheter balloon put at the uterine cervix.
Mentions: A 67-year-old woman complaining of continuous fresh vaginal hemorrhage came to our emergency department in a pre-shock state. Examinations revealed an irregularly shaped mass in the uterus and active arterial bleeding. Emergent hysterectomy and interventional radiology were not immediately available. Foley catheter with 20mL water was inserted into the uterine cavity, then the balloon was pulled to obstruct the uterus output (Figure). Her vital signs became stabilized, and she was transferred to another hospital two days later.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: The University of Tokyo Hospital, Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Medicine Department, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan ; Hitachi General Hospital, Emergency Medicine Department, Hitachi-shi, Ibaraki, Japan.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus