The Romsons Silko Cath Silicone Foley Catheter is made up of 100% Silicone elastomer
The foley catheter's clear, transparent silicone material enable visualization of drainage flow
The Bio-compatible material of these foley catheters reduces the irritation for patient's comfort and safety
The foley catheter is suitable for prolonged use and is colour coded for instant size identification
Remarkably smooth, non-stick surface of this silicone foley catheter makes it highly resistant to encrustation
The eyes are smooth and proportional to provide atraumatic insertion and are accurately formed to permit effective drainage
Smooth tapered tip of this urinary catheter facilitates easy introduction into the urethra
Hard valve ensures easy inflation and deflation of balloon
The symmetrical balloon of this indwelling catheter facilitates proper bladder retention
These foley catheters are sterile and individually packed in double wrap peelable pouch
The catheter is suitable for Paediatric patients
These are available in the sizes of: ◦ 06FG with a balloon capacity of 1.5-3 ml ◦ 08FG with a balloon capacity of 3 to 5 ml ◦ 10FG with a balloon capacity of 3 to 5 ml
They come in a standard packing of 10 units per box
A Foley catheter is a thin, flexible and sterile tube which is passed through the urethra into the urinary bladder. Urine drains from the bladder into a bag which is attached to one of the lumens of the catheter. The catheter is held in its place with a balloon at one end which is filled with sterile water. A drainage system thus consists of the catheter and a urine collection bag. It is an indwelling catheter (it remains in the body for a considerable amount of time).
These urinary catheters are most commonly used to assist people who cannot urinate on their own and are used to drain the bladder. These foley catheters are recommend for the patients who are suffering from Urinary incontinence (leaking urine or being unable to control when you urinate) Urinary retention (being unable to empty your bladder when you need to). These catheters are a perfect pick for the patients whose mobility is hindered due to paralysis or injury and toilet facilities cannot be used
Empty the drainage bag before it is fully filled or in every 4 to 8 hours. Do not let the drain tube touch the container the urine is draining into, when emptying the bag.