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June 28, 1913

COLLECTION OF URINE FROM FEMALE BABIES

JAMA. 1913;60(26):2045. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340260019012

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Abstract

Having experienced some difficulty in the collection of urine from female baby patients, I decided that if I had any success

I would let others know and I now wish to describe a simple method which has proved satisfactory in my hands. I strapped a narrow cup from my cupping outfit to the abdomen and over the buttocks of my little patient in such a manner that the margins were in close approximation to the vulva. To the opposite end of the cup I attached a bit of rubber tubing, the other end of which was in a bottle which was either strapped to the patient's leg or left in the bed. I found that this simple device was satisfactory and required no watching. 5108 Wentworth Avenue.

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