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Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter

A hydrophilic nelaton catheter is a type of catheter that is designed to be inserted through the urethra and into the bladder. This type of catheter is different than other catheters in that it is made from a material that is highly hydrophilic. This means that it attracts and binds water molecules, making it easier for the doctor to insert and remove the catheter.

Hydrophilic nelaton catheters are also smaller than traditional catheters. This makes them more efficient in accessing and treating prostate cancer. They are also less likely to cause side effects, such as urinary incontinence or erectile dysfunction.

Description
  • Size: 6-24 Fr/Ch.

Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter

Hydrophilic Nelaton catheters are designed to provide accurate and reliable measurements of blood flow in the lower extremity. With a range of sizes available, these catheters make it easy to measure blood flow in difficult-to-reach areas.

What is a Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter?

A hydrophilic nelaton catheter is a type of catheter that is designed to be inserted through the urethra and into the bladder. This type of catheter is different than other catheters in that it is made from a material that is highly hydrophilic. This means that it attracts and binds water molecules, making it easier for the doctor to insert and remove the catheter.

Hydrophilic nelaton catheters are also smaller than traditional catheters. This makes them more efficient in accessing and treating prostate cancer. They are also less likely to cause side effects, such as urinary incontinence or erectile dysfunction.

How Does the Size of the Catheter Affect Treatment?

Hydrophilic Nelaton catheters are frequently used for the treatment of varicose veins. However, their size can affect the treatment procedure.

When a hydrophilic Nelaton catheter is inserted into a vein, its surface area makes it very sensitive to changes in blood flow. This means that the catheter will move and change its position as blood flows through the vein. This can lead to complications if the catheter is not positioned correctly.

The size of a hydrophilic Nelaton catheter also affects how much fluid it can hold. Larger sizes can hold more fluid, which can make the treatment process faster and easier.

Who Should Use a Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter?

A hydrophilic Nelaton catheter is best used by patients who have difficulty breathing or who are having a difficult time breathing. This type of catheter is also great for patients who are undergoing surgery. It is important to note that a hydrophilic Nelaton catheter is not for everyone, and it should only be used if it is the best option for the patient.

When Should a Catheter be Removed?

When a catheter is no longer needed, it should be removed as quickly as possible. This is important for two reasons. First, if the catheter is left in too long, it can cause infection. Second, if the catheter is removed too late, it may not be able to remove all of the fluid from the bladder. This can lead to problems such as kidney failure.

There are several ways to remove a catheter. The most common method is through an incision in the side of the bladder. Other methods include using a urethral tube or using a catheter that enters through the penis. Whichever method is used, it should be done as quickly and painlessly as possible.

A Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter has a coating that, with the addition of water, allows for smooth insertion and removal of the catheter without the use of a lubricating gel. Clinical studies have shown that using hydrophilic-coated catheters for intermittent catheterization reduces urethral microtrauma. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="629"]Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter[/caption]

Product Features

  • Material: Medical grade PVC
  • Two lateral eyelets with smooth edges
  • Size(FR): 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24
  • Standard length: 40cm (Female Type Length: 18cm)
  • Sterilization: EO sterile
  • Frosted surface or transparent.
  • Atraumatic softly rounded closed tip.
  • Radiopaque line (x-ray visualization) available.
Color-coded
Lightweight and flexible tubing
All connectors meet ISO 5356-1 standard
100% leak inspected at production
Breathing bags are not made with natural rubber latex
Customization with options that include BV Filter, HMEF, Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter, Breathing bag, Gas sampling line, Anesthesia mask
connector.

User-friendly, safe, and discreetly designed.

LoFric® Sense™ is a hydrophilic intermittent catheter, tailor-made for women and their needs. The ergonomic grip allows for a better grip and non-touch technique. It’s easy and discreet to carry and use anywhere. Based on the unique Urotonic Surface TechnologyTM, LoFric Sense also ensures safe and smooth catheterization and minimizes health complications, even in the long term.
  • LoFric is proven to reduce the risk of long-term complications.1
  • LoFric is proven to lower the risk of Urinary Tract Infection (UTI).2

The outside

  • Discreet ”non-medical” design.
  • Fits in a pocket or a purse.
  • Adhesive tab for reliable hanging.
  • Package doubles as a disposable pouch.

The inside

  • The patented Urotonic™ Surface Technology ensures that the catheter remains smooth and safe both at insertion and withdrawal.
  • Ideally sized for complete bladder emptying.
  • Ergonomic grip – allows for better control and non-touch technique.

Accessories

LoFric Sense users in some countries can take advantage of an exclusive set of free accessories such as a toiletry bag and mirror. Hydrophilic Nelaton Catheter Contact your local Wellspect office for more information.