Correspondence and Communication| Volume 65, ISSUE 1, P139, January 2012

A novel technique for securing the catheter post hypospadias surgery

Published:August 22, 2011DOI:
      One of the most essential elements of the hypospadias repair, is the post-operative dressing. Comfort, reliability and ease of removal promotes healing, encourages compliance, and makes for a satisfactory, stress-free experience for both the patient, parent and medical staff.
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