This helps prevent injury to the bladder during the procedure.
Explanation: Many of the body’s organs, including the liver and intestines, are inside the belly (abdomen). The organs are covered in a thin membrane called the peritoneum. The peritoneum has 2 layers. It makes a fluid that allows the layers to glide smoothly past each other. If this fluid builds up in the belly, the condition is called ascites. Ascites causes pain and discomfort. It can also make it hard to breathe. Fluid can build up for a number of reasons. These include chronic liver disease (cirrhosis), heart or kidney failure, and cancer. The goal of paracentesis may be to help diagnose the cause of the excess fluid. Or, the goal may be to drain excess fluid from the abdomen. In some cases, fluid returns and the procedure needs to be repeated. Before the procedure, the bladder is emptied to prevent injury to the bladder.
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