Dover 100% Silicone Coude Foley Catheter


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    Dover 100% Silicone Coude Foley Catheter from is non-reactive to human tissue. Silicone is inorganic which is man-made, inert, and contains no extractable chemicals or proteins. Silicone is non-adherent. It repels urine, water, blood, and most organic materials to reduce the incidence of bacterial attachment and growth. Silicone is non-porous so it does not absorb body fluids. It eliminates "Foley Catheter Expansion" whereas latex is porous (acts like a sponge). Silicone is also 100% latex-free. Silicone actually warms to the body's temperature and eventually molds to the shape of the urethra making it more flexible and comfortable.

    Dover 100% Silicone Coude Foley Catheter Features:
    • 100% silicone material is an inert material preferred for medical devices
    • Less urethral irritation and stricture versus latex material
    • Less encrustaion compared to latex catheters
    • 100% latex-free
    • Smooth, seperately molded, reinforced tip resists buckling
    • Deep stylet pocket accepts stylet securely
    • Bullet shape eases insertion for less tissue trauma
    • Smooth, hand finished eyes for no additional urethral trauma
    • Large, oval shaped eyes are ideal size for maximum drainage & design and will not allow material to obstruct drainage lumen
    • Ribbed balloon increases strength & symmetry
    • Smooth balloon to shaft transition eases insertion
    • Soft, flexible, non-rigid shaft allows for easy insertion
    • Round, smooth, uniform shaft reduces irritation to urethra
    • One wall construction shaft due to patented extrusion process resists collapsing during forced irrigation
    • Separately molded, ribbed, reinforced funnel assures proper seal to drain bag connector & various irrigation syringes
    • Bespak spring-loaded valve provides consistent inflation/deflation of Foley catheter balloon
    • Sold individually

      Part numbers: 20514C, 20516C, 20518C

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        1. on 5/18/2014, said:
        I self inserted the catheter to night and it is the easiest one I have ever inserted. Far superior to the rubber ones and blunt silicone ones.
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        2. on 4/19/2016, said:
        By far the easiest catheter to insert due to the rigidity of the silicone and the coude tip. I have been using this catheter for 2 years and all physicians should get rid of the limp rubber ones and use this one.
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