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Table 1 Summary of study characteristics of the included study

From: Indwelling catheter can increase postoperative urinary tract infection and may not be required in total joint arthroplasty: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trial

   Age (y) No of patients Intervention method    
Author (date) Surgery CG NCG CG NCG CG NCG Anesthesia Criteria for urinary retention Outcomes
Lorio et al. 2000 [15] TKA 67.8 66.8 306 346 Use a catheter for 24 h postoperatively No catheter General/Spinal /Epidural anesthesia n.s. 2
Van den Brand et al. 2001 [16] TKA and THA 68.6 68.2 46 53 Use a catheter for 48 h postoperatively No catheter General/Spinal anesthesia n.s. 2
Miller et al. 2013 [17] THA 60.1 58.7 107 93 Use a catheter for 8 h postoperatively No catheter Spinal anesthesia with bupivacaine >  400 ml 1, 2
Huang et al. 2014 [18] TKA 66.9 67.4 157 157 Use a catheter for 24 h postoperatively No catheter general anesthesia with saphenous nerve block >  400 ml 1, 2, 3, 4
Cai et al. 2014 [19] TKA 57.7 58.6 56 56 Use a catheter for 24 h postoperatively No catheter Intraveous combined inhaled anesthesia >  400 ml 1, 2, 3, 4
Luo et al. 2017 [20] TKA 68.9 67.2 30 30 Use a catheter for 24 h postoperatively No catheter General anesthesia >  400 ml 1, 2, 3
Peng et al. 2018 [21] TKA 66.8 67.4 48 48 Use a catheter for 24 h postoperatively No catheter Combined spinal and epidural anesthesia >  500 ml 1, 2, 3
  1. Abbreviation: TKA Total knee arthroplasty, THA Total hip arthroplasty, CG Catheter Group, NCG No-Catheter Group, y Year, n.s. not state, 1 Urinary retention, 2 Urinary tract infection, 3 Duration of the surgery, 4 Length of stay