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Three Way Standard (plastic Valve)

A Foley balloon catheter is a type of medical device that is used to help drain urine from the bladder. It is inserted through the urethra and into the bladder, where the balloon is inflated to help keep the catheter in place. The Foley catheter is then connected to a drainage bag, which collects the urine as it drains from the bladder.

Description
  • Made of 100% medical grade silicone, suitable for long term placement.
  • Extra lumen for irrigation and drug delivery.
  • X-ray detective line through the catheter.
  • Length: 400mm.
Ref. No.: Size: Balloon capacity: color: Qty.Cs:
NMU201216 16 Fr/ch 30ML Orange 400
NMU201218 18 Fr/ch 30ML Red 400
NMU201220 20 Fr/ch 30ML yellow 400
NMU201222 22 Fr/ Ch 30ml Violet 400
NMU201224 24 Fr/ch 30ml Blue 400

 

What is a Three Way Standard (plastic Valve) Foley Balloon Catheter?

A three way standard (plastic valve) Foley balloon catheter is a type of urinary catheter that is commonly used to treat bladder problems. The three way refers to the fact that the catheter has three channels: one for draining urine, one for inflating the balloon, and one for withdrawing the catheter. The balloon is inflated to help keep the catheter in place. The plastic valve allows the user to control the amount of urine that is drained.

This type of Foley catheter is often used when there is difficulty urinating due to an obstruction in the urinary tract. It can also be used to help empty the bladder completely after surgery. The three way Standard (plastic valve) Foley balloon catheter is a safe and effective way to treat bladder problems.

How is it used?

When it comes to using a three way Standard (plastic valve) Foley balloon catheter, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First, always remember to lubricate the outside of the catheter before insertion. Second, insert the catheter into the bladder until urine begins to flow, then inflate the balloon according to manufacturer's instructions. Finally, once the balloon is inflated, remove the syringe and cap the end of the catheter.

How to care for a Three Way Standard (plastic Valve) Foley Balloon Catheter

A Three Way Standard (plastic Valve) Foley Balloon Catheter is a type of catheter that is inserted into the bladder to help drain urine. It is a common type of catheter used in hospitals and nursing homes. The catheter has a balloon at the end that is inflated with sterile water once it is in place. The balloon helps to keep the catheter in place. There are three ports on the catheter: two for draining urine and one for inflating the balloon.

If you have a Three Way Standard (plastic Valve) Foley Balloon Catheter, it is important to take care of it properly to prevent infection. Here are some tips on how to care for your catheter:

-Wash your hands with soap and water before touching your catheter

-Empty your urinary drainage bag when it is half full or as directed by your healthcare provider

-Clean the urinary drainage bag with soap and water every day

-Keep the area around your catheter clean and dry

-Change your position often to avoid pressure sores

-Do not pull on your catheter or try to remove it yourself, this can cause serious damage

WHAT IS A 3-WAY BALL VALVE?

Three-way standard valve, Before we get into different types, let’s talk about what a three-way valve is. A 3-way ball valve is a valve type with three ports, also known as openings. The connection between the ports has a metal ball with openings to control the media's flow direction. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="631"]Three Way Standard (plastic Valve) Three Way Standard (plastic Valve)[/caption] Fluid or gas (media) flows through the valve, and there’s a mechanism to turn the ball, which directs flow from one place to another. The 3-way valve is the most common type of multi-port ball valve. The ports are generally described as two outlet ports and one inlet, or vice versa, depending on the direction of the

HOW DOES A 3-WAY BALL VALVE WORK?

Depending on the shape of the valve, fluid or gas will enter through different sources and either co-mingle or be cut off from each other. The valve works by turning a handle (mechanical valves) or activating an actuator (electric ball valves), a three-way standard valve that rotates the ball inside of the body of the valve. The rotating action aligns the channels with the inlets and outlets of the valve to direct flow.

WHAT DO YOU NEED 3-WAY BALL VALVES FOR?

One of the best parts of a 3-way valve is its versatility. They can perform a lot of different functions. These include:
  • Switching flow from two locations
  • Mixing a flow from two locations
  • Stopping flow from one place but continuing it in another
  • Flow diversion
  • Completely stopping or shutting off the flow
  • WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF 3-WAY BALL VALVES?

    There are two different types of 3-Way valves to manage different flow paths – L-port and T-port. The ball valve is manufactured in a specific design to create either the L or T shape.
  • What’s an L-Port 3-Way Ball Valve?

    L-port 3-way valves are also called diverting valves. There are two openings in an L-port, appearing in 90-degree angles that combine in the middle. Turning the handle on an L-port will divert media from one place to another. It can also be used to switch pumps that have a standard outlet. When using an L-port valve, the port in the middle would be the common one. L-port valves direct flow 90 degrees or shut it off.