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Foley Catheterization Tray

The Foley catheter design was created to give non-stop drainage of the bladder. You’ll find everything you need to properly insert a catheter in this Foley catheterization tray. Conveniently equipped with the required supplies for safely inserting a Foley catheter, this tray is an essential item in your medical facility.


The Foley catheter design was created to give non-stop drainage of the bladder. You’ll find everything you need to properly insert a catheter in this Foley catheterization tray. Conveniently equipped with the required supplies for safely inserting a Foley catheter, this tray is an essential item in your medical facility.


  • Component:


  • 1 Foley Catheter,14Fr.
  • 1 Urinary Drainage Bag with Anti-reflux Drip Chamber.
  • 1 Pre-filled 10ml Syringe of Sterile Water..
  • 2 Dry Swabs
  • 1 Vinyl Powder-free Gloves.
  • 1 Waterproof drape, Under pad.
  • 1 Fenestrated Drape.
  • 1 Lubricating jelly.5g/Packing.Water Soluble.
  • 3 Povidong-lodine Swab sticks,3 Pieces/Packing.
  • 1 Specimen Container, 4OZ
  • 1 Patient Label.

What's a foley catheterization tray?

foley catheterization tray showing all the specificfeatures. Named after Frederic Foley, an American urologist, the Foley catheter design was created to give nonstop drainage of the bladder. A balloon filled with sterile water is incorporated near the tip of the catheter tubing and formerly fitted through the urethra and inflated, this balloon prevents the catheter from sliding out of the bladder or moving out of place. The Foley catheter is frequently appertained to as an indwelling catheter. As this term suggests, it's fitted into the bladder and intended to remain there for either a short or prolonged period of time, depending on the circumstance. The main purpose of the Foley catheter is to drain urine from the bladder into a collection device, generally a leg bag or drain bag. Still, the collection or drainage bag will generally be voided and changed by a nanny, If you're in a sanitarium. Occasionally it'll be coming to the bed or hung on the rail of the bed for easy access. Should you be discharged from the sanitarium and need to administer insertion and junking of the Foley catheter yourself, a movable leg or drainage bag will be used that fluently attaches to the ham or shin with a device similar as the Statlock Foley Stabilization Device. Some of the exemplifications of Foley catheters that we carry are the Bard Foley Catheter with 5 cc Balloon, the Cardinal Health Dover 2- Way Straight Foley Catheter, and the Coloplast Foley Catheter with 10 cc Balloon.

When is a foley catheterization tray Demanded?

Some scripts when the use of a Foley catheter might be necessary are A major surgical procedure involving anesthesia where the case will be ignorant of the need to urinate. A case in recovery that may be too weak or sick to safely make it to the bathroom to urinate on their own. A habitual condition similar as urinary incontinence where they're unfit to control bladder leakage. Spinal trauma which may beget bladder dysfunction due to whim-whams- related damage. Foley Catheter Sizes Foley catheter reference map with colors to matchingsizes.Foley catheters are measured in terms of French units (Fr.) and range in size from 8Fr. to 26Fr. in periphery. Each Fr. unit is equal to0.33 mm (0.013 ″ or1/77 ″) in periphery. Determining the proper French size of the indwelling catheter will depend upon the age of the person the Foley catheter will be fitted into. A child, for case, will bear the use of a lower Fr. size Foley catheter due to their deconstruction being much lower than that of a grown grown-up. It's also common for the Fr. size to increase when a person uses an indwelling catheter frequently and for extended ages of time. Another reason a larger Fr. size is used is for acceptable drainage due to blood clots if there's blood in the case’s urine. Great palladium should be taken when choosing the proper Foley catheter size, as one that's too large will risk damage to the urethra and beget pain and trauma to the urethral towel. On the other hand, choosing a Foley catheter that's too small will affect in implicit leakage and kinking. Different sizes of the Foley catheters are linked by color- enciphered anchorages at the balloon affectation point for easy identification. As preliminarily mentioned, all catheters bear a croaker’s tradition so the correct size of the Foley catheter that's right for you'll be determined by them. This Foley catheter sizes map shows the corresponding colors and their individual French sizes. Foley Catheterization Tray

How to Fit a foley catheterization tray

Hype with cap off that's used to inflate a Foley catheter with salinePrior to insertion of a Foley catheter, the skin is sanctified with mild cleaner and water at and around the urethral point of entry to insure good hygiene. The indwelling catheter is also fitted by gently pushing the catheter insertion tip over through the urethra and guiding it into the bladder. Once the tube is completely in the bladder, the balloon is gradationally inflated with a hype containing sterile saline to the recommended volume marked on the balloon harborage of the catheter. The indwelling catheter will also remain in place for an extended period of time. The two eyelets at the end of the Foley catheter tube allow urine to inflow from the bladder, down the tubing, and into a collection vessel similar as the ConvaTec Urine Night Drainage System or bag like the Reliamed Leg Bag, and also voided as demanded.

How to Remove a foley catheterization tray

Junking of the Foley catheter is a veritably quick and simple process that's generally effortless. The balloon is deflated using a hype to repudiate the saline result. Formerly all of the saline is removed, the balloon flattens and the Foley catheter tubing is gently pulled out of the bladder and down the urethra until it's fully out of the body. Generally, this process must be done by a healthcare professional.

How Frequently is a Foley Catheter Changed?

Indwelling catheters stay inside the body for much longer ages of time than intermittent catheters. 4-week intervals is the typical time period between changeouts, still, each existent’s circumstances and requirements determine the length of time that the Foley catheter will need to remain in the body. Hydrophilic and silicone indwelling catheters don't bear changeouts as frequently as plain latex Foley catheters simply because the latex catheters are more prone to encrustation leading to inhibition. Some common suggestions that a Foley catheter needs to be changed are Still, a changeout would be necessary, If there's leakage around the Foley catheter tubing. Any time a catheter remains in place for an extended period of time, the threat for infectionincreases.However, bladder spasms, cloudy urine, If you witness a fever. The excretion of proteins and calcium from the body promote encrustation conformation, causing inhibition and the need to change the Foley catheter more constantly. It's recommended to observe the sensitive skin in and around urethral entry point of the catheter as well as the urine that's being collected in the drainage bag. Communicate your healthcare provider if you witness any of the following symptoms You notice blood or blood clots in your urine. Your urine looks cloudy and gives off a foul smell. You're running a fever of 101 degrees or advanced. You aren't urinating or not as important and passing abdominal pains. Always consult with your croaker about any changes to your urine, skin, or if you ’re passing pain. Preventative measures may be needed so the condition doesn't worsen.

How to Watch for Your Foley Catheter?

Indwelling catheters are intended for single- use and disposed of after each period of use. The skin and catheter tubing at the Foley catheter’s entry point should be gutted with mild cleaner and water at least twice a day for general particular hygiene purposes and to reduce implicit infection. It's also accessible to clean the entire system while in the shower, making sure you wash well and gently dry. Bathing isn't recommended with an indwelling catheter as the threat for infection increases. Since the tubing will be long enough to travel down the leg and into a drainage bag, it should be securely taped or strapped to the leg with Cath-Secure or another tube holder of choice, to help it stay securely in place. When the catheter pulls or moves, there's a threat for pain and bladder spasms. The Foley catheter’s drainage bag should always be placed below the midriff to help the backflow of urine returning the bladder. Since the Foley catheter will always be attached to the drainage bag, it's considered a unrestricted system. The catheter drainage bag should remain completely connected to the Foley catheter tubing at all times until a bag changout is demanded, generally twice a day; formerly in the morning to switch to the leg bag and formerly in the evening to transfiguration to the night bag. Each time the catheter drainage bag is changed, the end of the catheter and the connector on the new drainage bag need to be wiped with alcohol fix wipes. The videotape below may be helpful to show you these way.

Where to Buy Foley Catheters

We offer a wide selection of Foley catheters at Nexgenmedical Delivered from a variety of manufacturers similar as Cardinal Health, Bard, Coloplast, and more. For ordering purposes, be sure to relate to the Foley catheter sizes map above to determine the correct size your croaker specified for you. Please note that all catheters bear a tradition from your croaker. This can fluently be uploaded, posted, or faxed to us after placing your order. We can help with the process to make it as simple as possible so there's no detention in the payload of your catheter order. Give us a call moment with any questions or enterprises and one of our Nexgenmedical Delivered Product Experts will be happy to speak to you.