At the CHOC Children’s Urology Center, we are committed to supporting our patients and their families throughout treatment. Because we know that urology diagnoses often come with many questions, we are proud to offer a variety of online resources that may be particularly helpful for families whose children are being treated in our center.
Surgery information and postoperative instructions
Whether a child will be receiving an out-patient procedure or a in-patient surgery requiring an extended stay in our hospital, we know that families have a lot of questions about what to expect and how to prepare for their child’s return home. Learn more about urology surgeries and procedures at CHOC Children’s.
Learn more about the importance of water
Not drinking enough water can be a factor in variety of diagnoses. Learn how much water your child should drink each day.
Bladder Exstrophy Support Group
The Association for the Bladder Exstrophy Community (ABC), established in June 1991, is an international support group network comprising individuals with bladder exstrophy, local parent-exstrophy support groups and health care providers who work with patients and families living with bladder exstrophy. We encourage you to log on to: http://bladderexstrophy.com/ for more information
Incontience and bedwetting information for families
Incontience can be a source of frustration and anxiety for both children and their families. More children struggle with daytime incontinence and bedwetting than you might think. Learn more about incontinence.
Important Instructions and Information
- Bladder Irrigation
- Bladder Irritants
- Clean Intermittent Catheterization
- Cone Enema
- Foley Insertion Instructions
- Gentamicin Wash
- Home Pressure Test
- Phimosis Instructions
- Suprapubic Tube Clamping Instructions
- Testicular Self-exam
- Urinary Tract Infection Prevention for Boys
- Urinary Tract Infection Prevention for Girls