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Figure 3: (g) Pass the glidewire through the full extent of the angiocath, (h) remove the angiocath, (i) maintain the position of the glidewire through the tip of the catheter and out of the lateral eyelet, (j) slowly withdraw the glidewire until it enters back into the lateral eyelet of the catheter, (k) maintaining the glidewire's position within the central tip of the catheter, redirect it to advance through the catheter lumen, (l) with the catheter successfully positioned over the glidewire, guide the catheter into the bladder over the glidewire

Figure 3: (g) Pass the glidewire through the full extent of the angiocath, (h) remove the angiocath, (i) maintain the position of the glidewire through the tip of the catheter and out of the lateral eyelet, (j) slowly withdraw the glidewire until it enters back into the lateral eyelet of the catheter, (k) maintaining the glidewire's position within the central tip of the catheter, redirect it to advance through the catheter lumen, (l) with the catheter successfully positioned over the glidewire, guide the catheter into the bladder over the glidewire