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Foley Balloon Catheter

Foley Balloon Catheter is a medical device that helps you to breathe more easily in difficult environments. This catheter has a special design that makes it easier for you to breathe, and it comes with a tiemann (plastic valve) that makes the delivery of the balloon easy.

  • Two Way, Female (plastic valve)
  • Balloon capacity: 5ml or 5-10ml or 5-15ml or 30ml or 30-50ml available.
  • For pediatric use, with pre-loaded stylet.
  • Length: 260mm.
Ref. No.: Size: Balloon capacity: Color: Qty.Cs:
NMU200301 12 Fr/ch 30ML White 400
NMU200302 14 Fr/ch 30ML Green 400
NMU200303 16 Fr/ch 30ML Orange 400
NMU200304 18 Fr/ch 30ML Red 400
NMU200305 20 Fr/ch 30ML Yellow 400
NMU200306 22 Fr/ch 30ML Violet 400
NMU200307 24 Fr/ch 30ML Blue 400
NMU200308 26 Fr/ch 30ML Pink 400
NMU200309 28 Fr/ch 30ML brown 400
NMU200310 30 Fr/ch 30ML Grey 400

Foley Balloon Catheter

Foley Balloon Catheter is a medical device that helps you to breathe more easily in difficult environments. This catheter has a special design that makes it easier for you to breathe, and it comes with a tiemann (plastic valve) that makes the delivery of the balloon easy.

What is the Foley Balloon Catheter?

The Foley Balloon Catheter is a catheter that uses a balloon to help maintain blood flow and relieve pressure in the chest. The Tiemann (plastic valve) makes it easier to use.

How does the Foley Balloon Catheter work?

The Foley Balloon Catheter is a two-way catheter that uses a balloon to inflate the lumen of the catheter. This increases the flow of blood through the catheter and allows for easier access to critical areas. The Tiemann (plastic valve) helps control air pressure in the balloon, which helps to maintain an accurate inflation of the balloon and prevents over-inflation.

What are the benefits of the Foley Balloon Catheter?

The Foley Balloon Catheter is a two way catheter that uses a plastic valve to help prevent air from entering the catheter. This type of catheter can be used for a variety of procedures, including diagnostic tests, surgery and interventional radiology. The benefits of using a Foley Balloon Catheter include: improved patient comfort and reduced anxiety; reduced risk of infection; and reduced risk of complications.

What are the risks of the Foley Balloon Catheter?

The risks of the Foley Balloon Catheter include infection, bleeding, and air embolism. Infection can occur if the catheter becomes contaminated with bacteria or if the catheter is inserted into an area of the body where there is a lot of bacteria, such as the rectum or vagina. Bleeding can occur if the valve fails, if the catheter becomes blocked, or if the catheter falls out. Air embolism can happen when air bubbles formed by blood flow get trapped in the balloon, causing blockage of blood vessels.

How to use the Foley Balloon Catheter?

If you are looking for a way to provide more comfortable and efficient care to your patients, the Foley Balloon Catheter may be what you are looking for. This particular catheter is made with a plastic valve that helps to prevent air bubbles from forming during use, which can lead to improved patient comfort. Here are some tips on how to use this device:

1. First, make sure that the patient is adequately hydrated before procedure. This will help maintain healthy blood flow and reduce the risk of complications.

2. Clean the skin around the catheter insertion site with alcohol or hydrogen peroxide before insertion. This will help to avoid infection and irritation.

3. After cleaning the area, insert the catheter into the desired location using gentle pressure. Do not pull on the catheter excessively - this could cause damage or leakage.

4. Once in place, inflate the balloon using a syringe or pump until it is firm and inches away from the skin (do not over-inflate). Doing so may cause pain or discomfort for the patient.

5. To remove the balloon, slowly deflate it using a syringe or pump

What are some other uses for the Foley Balloon Catheter?

The Foley Balloon Catheter is a two-way catheter that can be used for a variety of medical procedures. The Tiemann (plastic valve) allows for smooth, uninterrupted passage through the balloon catheter. This makes it ideal for procedures such as endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), which is a procedure used to diagnose and treat pancreatic diseases. The Tiemann also makes the Foley Balloon Catheter less likely to cause embolism, which can lead to serious complications.

​Foley Balloon, the inflatable will not empty. This issue happens all the more generally in patients with long haul Foley catheters. Despite the fact that we have all seen nursing home patients present with penile draining subsequent to taking out their Foley Balloon with the inflatable still expanded, that is clearly impossible for crisis doctors. The issue is that the obstinate inflatable is sitting far off, somewhere down in the urinary bladder. The reason for the inflatable breakdown can be anyplace along the catheter, however it's typically found in the inflatable expansion port, the inflatable waste channel, or the inflatable itself. A regularly announced reason for the issue is utilizing saline to grow the inflatable. With time, salt gems from the saline encourage in the different areas answerable for collapse disappointment. A urologist named Frederic Foley, MD, fostered his eponymous catheter in the last part of the 1920s and mid 1930s. It was initially an open framework, yet was transformed into a shut framework with a sack during the 1950s. I presume that we are basically acquainted with the catheter parts, which incorporate the inflatable expansion port, the pee waste port, the inflatable to secure the catheter in the bladder, and the tip or bladder opening. Foley Balloon can be made of elastic, plastic, or silicone. The inflatable volumes range between 5 mL and 30 mL. There are additionally straight single-use catheters, the bended or coudé catheter, and a three-way Foley catheter for managing drugs or water system. Catheters come in various widths, and is estimated utilizing the French scale or French measure framework. It is normally contracted as Fr, yet different varieties, including CH or Ch for the framework's creator Joseph-Frédéric-Benoît Charrière can be utilized. The higher the number, the bigger the catheter breadth, and 3 Fr is equivalent to 1 mm. So a 24 Fr catheter estimates 8 mm in outer measurement. The scope of sizes normally accessible are as per the following: 5 Fr, 6 Fr, 8 Fr, 10 Fr, 12 Fr, 14 Fr, 16 Fr, 18 Fr, 20 Fr, 22 Fr, 24 Fr, and 26 Fr. Dealing with the Failure to Deflate Dealing with a Foley inflatable's inability to flatten remembers tending to the expected locales of obstacle for either the inflatable expansion port, the inflatable seepage channel, or the inflatable. Subsequently, the methods utilized include seepage port and channel the executives or inflatable obliteration. Various strategies have been accounted for in the writing, yet I will zero in on those generally down to earth for crisis doctors. Having a ultrasound machine accessible to imagine the inflatable would be incredibly helpful with the greater part of the accompanying procedures. Consider and Manage Foley Balloon The inability to eliminate a Foley catheter may not be brought about by disappointment of the inflatable to flatten. All things being equal, it very well may be brought about by expand binding, where the inflatable flattens yet neglects to empty flush with the catheter. All things considered, a circumferential raised sleeve endures at the inflatable equator and makes catheter expulsion almost inconceivable. This is cured by putting 0.5 to 1.0 mL of water into the inflatable to streamline the form of the inflatable, permitting resulting expulsion. Expulsion of the Foley Balloon The initial phase in endeavoring to collapse a Foley swell is frequently removing the expansion port with some scissors. The inflatable will instantly flatten assuming the hindrance includes a faulty expansion port. The water from the inflatable will be noticed trickling from the expansion port. Guidewire Application When the expansion port has been eliminated, the channel is currently accessible for embedding a greased up guidewire. A guidewire from a focal line unit or ureteric guidewire can be utilized with its floppy end first to attempt to clear the waste channel of any flotsam and jetsam. In the event that this doesn't work, the guidewire can be utilized to penetrate the inflatable. Subsequent to imparting 200 mL of water into the bladder, embed the firm finish of the guidewire to penetrate the inflatable. Filling the bladder with water secures it against bladder injury in the event that the inflatable blasts as opposed to depleting gradually. Swell Overinflation and Rupture This procedure is by and large deterred in light of the fact that bladder injury can happen and expand parts can stay in the bladder requiring evacuation by cystoscopy. It includes setting an intravenous catheter into the waste channel of the Foley catheter (after the expansion port evacuation) and imparting water under tension. Once more, wounds to the bladder have been accounted for, and undesirable inflatable parts are practically ensured. Direct Puncture of the Foley Balloon Percutaneous suprapubic cut of the inflatable utilizing ultrasound direction is another choice. The inflatable is carried into close contact with the bladder divider, and a ultrasound-directed percutaneous suprapubic cut is refined. Different methods portray vaginal, transurethral, or transrectal approaches, yet these are doubtlessly outside the extent of crisis doctors. Once more, any time an inflatable cut strategy is cultivated, examine the inflatable after catheter expulsion to evaluate for missing parts. On the off chance that a piece of the inflatable is feeling the loss of, a resulting cystoscopy is suggested. Foley Balloon Synthetic Deflation of the Foley Balloon The utilization of synthetic compounds, for example, CH3)2CO has been accounted for, yet mineral oil is likely the most secure. The method includes imparting 10 mL of mineral oil into the inflatable expansion lumen. On the off chance that inflatable break doesn't happen quickly, the method is rehashed. CH3)2CO and mineral oil can require a few hours to burst the inflatable. These synthetic compounds can be aggravating to the bladder, and another Foley ought to be put after the inflatable is emptied to flood the bladder to eliminate them. It is prescribed that the bladder be completely filled with typical saline before synthetic emptying is attempted.​ Disappointment of the Foley inflatable to empty is a somewhat intriguing occasion, yet it very well may be very vexing when it occurs. Subsequent to watching the current month's video and assessing the choices examined above, you can have confidence that you presently have every one of the instruments important to effectively resolve this crisis. Watch a video of Dr. Mellick talking about every one of the tips and deceives you really want to handle a Foley ballon emptying disappointment. Posted by Larry Mellick, MD at 8:23 AM Labels: Foley catheter, penile dying, expand glitch, collapse disappointment, saline, swell binding, guidewire, CH3)2CO, mineral oil, crisis medication, crisis office Remark No remarks yet. Be first to remark. With regards to the Author Larry Mellick, MD Dr. Mellick is an educator of crisis medication, the bad habit executive for scholarly undertakings in crisis medication, the segment head of pediatric crisis medication, and the associate residency program chief at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. Right now, his clinical YouTube channel is globally famous and seen by millions every month. Buy into this current Blog's RSS Feed