Description

All Silicone Foley Catheter

All silicone foley catheter is a thin, flexible tube passed through the urethra and into the bladder to drain urine. It is the most common type of indwelling urinary catheter, ended with soft rounded closed tip with safe and symmetrical balloon inflation. All Silicone Foley Catheter is an excellent choice for patients who are latex sensitive.

  Material: 100% silicone.

  Clear silicone material enables visualization of drainage and helps minimize encrustation.

  Type: 2way or 3 way.

  2 way size: 6Fr, 8Fr, 10Fr, 12Fr, 14Fr, 16Fr, 18Fr, 20Fr, 22Fr, 24Fr.

   3 way size: 16Fr, 18Fr, 20Fr, 22Fr, 24Fr.

  Color-coded for identify different sizes.

  Single use only. Latex free. Sterile by ETO.

  Packing:  sterile, individual blister pack, 10 pcs/box, 200 pcs/carton
 MOQ:      1000 pcs

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F.A.Q

Frequently Asked Questions

According to the patient's different body types, select the appropriate specifications of disposable silicone urinary catheters. 


1. Open the packaging bag from the opening and take out the disposable silicone foley catheter. The operator's hands and the patient's use part should be routinely disinfected, and the operator should wear gloves.


2. In order to facilitate the insertion of a disposable silicone urinary catheter, the tip and body of the disposable silicone foley catheter can be lubricated with medical silicone oil or other non-petroleum-based lubricants.


3. Insert the lubricated urinary catheter into the urethra to the bladder. After the urine is discharged, insert 3 to 6cm to make the balloon completely enter the bladder.


4. Use a water injector without a needle to inject no more than the nominal rated amount of sterile water (such as water for injection) from the one-way valve into the balloon, and then place the catheter toward the balloon. Pull gently outside, so that the inflated balloon is stuck in the bladder. The three-chamber urinary catheter can open the flushing interface for bladder flushing.

The clinical indwelling time of silicone foley catheter is determined according to clinical and nursing needs, but the longest indwelling time should not exceed 14 days.

When taking out the silicone foley catheter, first suck out the sterile water in the balloon. When the sucked volume is close to the injected volume, the urinary catheter can be pulled out slowly. The tube body can also be cut off so that the tube can be taken out after quick drainage.

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