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Urethral Catheter

A urethral catheter is a thin, flexible tube inserted into the urethra to drain urine from the bladder. It's commonly used in medical settings for various reasons:
1. Urinary Retention: When someone can't empty their bladder naturally due to conditions like enlarged prostate, urethral strictures, or nerve damage, a catheter helps to drain urine.
2. Surgery: Before, during, or after surgery involving the urinary tract or adjacent organs, catheters are used to keep the bladder empty and reduce the risk of complications.
3. Monitoring: In critical care settings, catheters help monitor urine output, which is vital for assessing kidney function and fluid balance.
4. Incontinence: For individuals with severe urinary incontinence, catheters can be used as a management tool.
The procedure of catheterization involves:
1. Preparation: The patient is usually lying down. The area around the urethral opening is cleaned with antiseptic solution.
2. Insertion: The catheter, lubricated with gel, is gently inserted into the urethra until it reaches the bladder.
3. Securing: Once in place, the catheter is secured to the patient's body to prevent accidental removal or movement.
4. Drainage: The catheter allows urine to flow from the bladder into a collection bag.
Catheters come in different sizes and types, including:
- Indwelling Catheters: Also known as Foley catheters, they have a balloon at the tip that's inflated inside the bladder to keep the catheter in place.  - Intermittent Catheters: These are inserted for short periods to empty the bladder and then removed. They are often used for people with spinal cord injuries or certain neurological conditions.
- External Catheters (Condom Catheters): These are worn externally by males and connected to a drainage bag. They are mainly used for urinary incontinence.
Catheterization carries risks, including urinary tract infections (UTIs), trauma to the urethra, bladder spasms, and blockages.
Regular care of a catheter involves keeping the insertion site clean, emptying the drainage bag regularly, and ensuring proper positioning of the catheter to prevent kinking or pulling.
Ultimately, while catheters provide essential support in managing urinary issues, healthcare professionals carefully assess each patient's needs and risks to determine the most appropriate use and type of catheterization.

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Minimum Order Quantity500 Piece
Size14 fr
Length40 Cms
Tip ShapeCoude
Other available sizes20 fr, 6 fr, 12 fr, 14 fr, 24 fr, 8 fr, 22 fr, 18 fr, 10 fr, 16 fr
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Disposable/ ReusableDisposable
Packaging TypeVacuum Sealed Sterile Pouches Packed in Corrugated Boxes
Country of OriginMade in India

A catheter is a medical device used to perform various functions related to fluid drainage or administration within the body. It is a thin, flexible tube made from different materials such as rubber, silicone, or plastic. Catheters come in various types and sizes, each designed for specific medical purposes.
Here are some common types of catheters and their brief descriptions:
Urinary Catheter: Also known as a Foley catheter, this type is used to drain urine from the bladder when a patient is unable to urinate on their own or for certain medical procedures.
Central Venous Catheter (CVC): This type is inserted into a large vein in the chest, neck, or groin and is used to administer medications, fluids, or nutrition directly into the bloodstream.
Peripheral Intravenous Catheter (IV): A short catheter inserted into a peripheral vein, typically in the arm or hand, to deliver medications, fluids, or draw blood for testing.
Nasogastric Tube (NGT): Not a typical catheter, but it is a tube inserted through the nose and down into the stomach to administer nutrition, medications, or remove stomach contents.
Hemodialysis Catheter: Used in patients with kidney failure to connect them to a hemodialysis machine, which filters their blood to remove waste products.
Swan-Ganz Catheter: A specialized catheter used in critical care settings to measure pressures in the heart and pulmonary artery.
It's essential to use catheters with proper medical supervision and training to reduce the risk of complications and infections. Catheterization procedures should always be performed by qualified healthcare professionals.
Composition and Design:
Nelaton catheters are typically made of latex or silicone, which are biocompatible materials. The catheter is designed to be smooth and flexible, allowing for easy insertion through the urethra. It has a rounded, smooth tip to minimize discomfort during insertion. The other end of the catheter has a connector that can be attached to a urine drainage bag or collection system.
Nelaton catheters are used in various medical situations, including:
Urinary Retention: They are often used when a patient is unable to urinate on their own due to conditions like enlarged prostate, bladder dysfunction, or neurological disorders.
Surgery: Nelaton catheters may be inserted during surgical procedures that require urinary diversion to prevent contamination of the surgical field.
Monitoring Output: In critical care settings, catheters help in monitoring urine output to assess kidney function and fluid balance.
Bladder Irrigation: They are also used for bladder irrigation, flushing the bladder with sterile fluids to remove blood clots or debris.
Insertion and Placement:
Inserting a Nelaton catheter should be done by a healthcare professional to minimize the risk of injury or infection. The process involves:
Preparation: The patient is positioned comfortably, and a sterile field is set up.
Sterilization: The healthcare provider sterilizes their hands and the catheter, and they may use a lubricating gel to ease insertion.
Insertion: The catheter is gently inserted through the urethra into the bladder until urine starts to flow.
Balloon Inflation (if necessary): In some cases, a balloon near the tip of the catheter is inflated to secure it in the bladder.
Securement: The catheter is usually secured to the patient's leg or abdomen with tape or a catheter securement device.
Connection: The other end of the catheter is connected to a urine collection bag or a drainage system.
Care and Maintenance:
Nelaton catheters require proper care to prevent complications and infection:

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    Uro Cath® 2 Way (GS-1072)
    • Foley catheter used for short or long term urine drainage.
    • Made up of latex bonded with silicone elastomer which eliminates the risk of encrustation.
    • Smooth surface facilitates non-traumatic intubation.
    • Distal end is coned and provided with super smooth, burr free eyes for atraumatic intubation.
    • Provided with symmetrical large capacity balloon that ensures straight tip for proper urine flow and good sphincter action, preventing bladder leakage.
    • Hard non-return valve ensures trouble free inflation and deflation of balloon.
    • Valve is colour coded for instant size identification.
    • Sterile, ready for use.
    Types of Romsons Uro Catheters:
    Foley Catheters:
    Foley catheters are among the most common types of uro catheters used for both short-term and long-term bladder drainage.Romsons offers a range of Foley catheters in different sizes, materials, and balloon capacities to suit various patient needs.Nelaton Catheters:
    Nelaton catheters are straight, unballooned catheters designed for intermittent catheterization.Romsons produces Nelaton catheters in different lengths and materials to cater to patient comfort and requirements.Coude Catheters:
    Coude catheters are specifically designed with a curved or bent tip to navigate the male urethra more easily, especially in cases of urethral strictures.Romsons provides Coude catheters in various sizes and materials to meet individual patient needs.Features of Romsons Uro Catheters:
    High-Quality Materials:
    Romsons Uro Catheters are manufactured using medical-grade materials, ensuring biocompatibility and minimizing the risk of allergic reactions or infections.Smooth Surface:
    These catheters have a smooth surface to reduce friction during insertion and withdrawal, enhancing patient comfort and reducing the risk of trauma to the urethra or bladder.Radiopaque Line:
    Romsons Uro Catheters feature a radiopaque line that enables easy visualization under X-ray, ensuring proper placement.Color-Coding:
    To aid quick identification, Romsons catheters are color-coded based on their size, which simplifies the selection process for healthcare professionals.Balloon Integrity:
    For Foley catheters, Romsons ensures balloon integrity and uniform inflation, reducing the risk of leakage or discomfort for the patient.Uses of Romsons Uro Catheters:
    Urinary Retention:
    Romsons Uro Catheters are employed in cases of urinary retention, where the patient is unable to empty their bladder due to various medical conditions.Post-Surgery Drainage:
    These catheters are used to facilitate post-operative bladder drainage, preventing urinary retention and complications.Urinary Incontinence:
    Patients with urinary incontinence, neurogenic bladder dysfunction, or other urological disorders may use Romsons catheters for continuous or intermittent drainage.Urological Investigations:
    Romsons Uro Catheters play a crucial role in urological investigations, such as urodynamic studies, to measure bladder pressure and assess its function.Benefits of Romsons Uro Catheters:
    Patient Comfort:
    Romsons Uro Catheters are designed to prioritize patient comfort, with features like smooth surfaces and appropriate sizing.Safety:
    These catheters are made from high-quality, safe materials, reducing the risk of complications or infections.Versatility:
    The wide range of Romsons catheters ensures that healthcare professionals can find the right catheter for each patient's unique needs.Clinical Confidence:
    Romsons' commitment to quality and the use of radiopaque lines instill confidence in healthcare providers during catheter placement. 

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