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Addto Catheter / Syringe Adapter - 927951_BX - 1
Addto Catheter / Syringe Adapter
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Argyle Suction Catheter - 358597_CS - 1
Argyle Suction Catheter
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Busse Catheter Plug - 221945_CS - 1
Busse Catheter Plug
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Conveen Security+ Male Catheter - 221500_BX - 1
Conveen Security+ Male Catheter
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Cook Medical Catheter Luer Lock Adapter - 1090944_EA - 1
Covidien Curity Catheter Plug - 297350_EA - 1
Natural Male External Catheter - 762308_BX - 1
Natural Male External Catheter
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Self Cath Urethral Catheter - 216835_BX - 1
Self Cath Urethral Catheter
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Stayfix Catheter Fixation Device - 721441_BX - 1
Stayfix Catheter Fixation Device
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Uri Drain Male External Catheter - 80782_EA - 1
Uro Strap Universal Fabric Catheter Strap - 798372_EA - 1

Frequently Asked Questions about Catheters

A catheter is a thin, flexible tube that is inserted into a body cavity or blood vessel to drain fluids, deliver medication, or facilitate certain medical procedures.

There are various types of catheters, including urinary catheters, central venous catheters, peripheral venous catheters, arterial catheters, and cardiac catheters, each serving specific purposes.

A urinary catheter is inserted into the bladder through the urethra to drain urine. It is commonly used for patients who have difficulty urinating or require continuous urine drainage.

The insertion of a catheter can cause some discomfort or mild pain, but healthcare professionals take measures to minimize the discomfort. They may use lubricating gels and local anesthesia to make the process more comfortable.

The duration a catheter can stay in place depends on the type and purpose. Some catheters, like urinary catheters, may be used for a few days, while others, like central venous catheters, may remain in place for weeks or months.

Catheters pose some risks, including infection, blockage, tissue damage, bleeding, and discomfort. These risks can be minimized by following proper insertion and care techniques.

Maintaining good hygiene is crucial to prevent catheter-related infections. It's essential to clean the insertion site regularly, keep the catheter and drainage bag clean, and follow your healthcare provider's instructions.

In most cases, it's best to avoid immersing the catheter and its insertion site in water to reduce the risk of infection. However, your healthcare provider can provide specific guidelines based on your situation.

Regular emptying and cleaning of the drainage bag are essential to maintain proper hygiene and prevent infection. Follow the instructions provided by your healthcare professional for the frequency and technique of bag maintenance.

It's important to seek medical help if you experience signs of infection (e.g., fever, increased pain, foul-smelling urine) or encounter any problems with your catheter, such as blockage, leakage, or dislodgement.
Remember, it's always best to consult a healthcare professional or your doctor for personalized advice regarding your specific medical situation.

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