Published in Women's Health Law Weekly, October 10th, 2004
F. Demaria and colleagues set out "to determine the reproducibility and validity of urine retention volumes measured by 3D ultrasonography (3D-US) 2 hours postpartum."
"This was a longitudinal prospective study of 100 women who delivered vaginally," the physicians said. "Each woman underwent five successive urine retention measurements with the Bladder Scan 2 hours after vaginal delivery, followed by transurethral catheterization to determine the real volume.
"The reproducibility of only the last four scan values...
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