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Figure 2: (a) This technique may be performed with any style catheter and an 18 (or larger) gauge angiocath, (b) pass the angiocath through the lateral eyelet of the catheter, (c) advance the angiocath through the center tip of the catheter, (d) ensure the angiocath shaft as well as the needle pass through the tip of the catheter, (e) use the push-button needle shield to retract the needle leaving the angiocath in place, (f) after achieving distal glidewire placement into the bladder, advance the proximal end of the glidewire through the tip of the angiocath

Figure 2: (a) This technique may be performed with any style catheter and an 18 (or larger) gauge angiocath, (b) pass the angiocath through the lateral eyelet of the catheter, (c) advance the angiocath through the center tip of the catheter, (d) ensure the angiocath shaft as well as the needle pass through the tip of the catheter, (e) use the push-button needle shield to retract the needle leaving the angiocath in place, (f) after achieving distal glidewire placement into the bladder, advance the proximal end of the glidewire through the tip of the angiocath