New Delhi, Delhi
GST No. 07AAOCM9783B1Z0
Approx. Rs 12.1 / PieceGet Latest PriceProduct BrochureProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Piece|
|Other available sizes||6 fr, 12 fr, 14 fr, 10 fr, 16 fr, 18 fr, 20 fr, 24 fr, 22 fr|
|Sterile/ Non Sterile||Sterile|
|Color||Blue, Red, Black, White, Green, Yellow|
|Packaging Type||Individual packed|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Product Description Sizes :
FG - 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 10.35 FG - 20, 22, 24
Nelaton catheters are used for short term bladder catheterisation. Manufactured from non-toxic, non-irritant medical grade PVC compatible with catheter lubricants. Frozen surface tubing for super smooth intubation. 4.Presence of radio opaque line throughout the catheter tube. 5.Distal end is coned for non-traumatic introduction with two lateral eyes for efficient drainage. 6.Proximal end is fitted with universal funnel shaped connector for extension. 7.Funnel shape connectors are colour coded for instant identification of sizes. 8.Straight packed in peelable soft blister pack. 9.Sterile, ready for use.
Material: These catheters are typically made from medical-grade materials like latex, silicone, or polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The choice of material can depend on factors like patient allergies and specific medical requirements.
Smooth Surface: The catheter's surface is usually smooth to facilitate atraumatic insertion and minimize discomfort or injury during the procedure.
Side Ports: Some catheters may have side holes near the tip to ensure uniform drainage and to minimize blockages.
Uses of Manzen Nelaton Catheters.
Urinary Catheterization: They are used for the temporary or indwelling drainage of urine in patients who are unable to urinate naturally, typically due to medical conditions or surgery.
Diagnostic Procedures: These catheters can be used for diagnostic purposes, such as collecting urine samples or measuring urine output accurately.
Post-Operative Care: After certain surgical procedures, patients may require urinary catheters to monitor and manage urine output.
Management of Urinary Retention: Manzen Nelaton catheters are utilized to relieve urinary retention, a condition where a patient cannot empty their bladder completely.
Radiological Imaging: They can be used in combination with contrast agents to aid in imaging studies of the urinary tract.
Inserting a Manzen Nelaton catheter should be done by a trained healthcare professional to ensure patient safety and comfort. The basic steps involved in the insertion process are as follows:
Gather Supplies: Prepare the necessary supplies, which include the catheter, lubricant, sterile gloves, a drape, antiseptic solution, and a urine collection bag if necessary.
Patient Preparation: Ensure the patient is in a comfortable position, often lying down with their legs extended and slightly apart. Provide privacy and explain the procedure to the patient.
Sterile Technique: Perform hand hygiene and put on sterile gloves. Use a sterile drape to cover the patient and maintain aseptic conditions.
Catheter Lubrication: Apply a water-soluble lubricant to the catheter's tip to facilitate smooth insertion.
Catheter Insertion: Gently insert the catheter through the urethral opening, advancing it slowly and carefully until urine begins to flow. If resistance is encountered, do not force the catheter.
Secure the Catheter: Once the catheter is in place, secure it with tape or a catheter stabilization device to prevent accidental dislodgment.
Assessment and Documentation: Assess urine flow, check for any complications, and document the procedure, including the date, time, and volume of urine collected.
Infection: There is a risk of urinary tract infections associated with catheter use.
Trauma: Improper insertion can lead to urethral or bladder injury.
Obstruction: Catheters may become obstructed, leading to urine retention and discomfort.
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