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PRESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION

PRESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION

Advantages

0187L (Davis)

  • Double-balloon design aids in diagnosis of urethral diverticula.
  • The special length allows technicians to stay out of the field exposure during the procedure.
  • Hydrogel coating facilitates insertion and removal and helps to reduce encrustation on the inner and outer catheter surface.

600190L (Trattner)
  • Double-balloon design aids in diagnosis of urethral diverticula.
  • Hydrogel coating facilitates insertion and removal and helps to reduce encrustation on the inner and outer catheter surface.

0171L (Lapides)
  • The rings facilitate calibration of the female urethra.
  • Hydrogel coating facilitates insertion and removal and helps to reduce encrustation on the inner and outer catheter surface.

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Diagnostic Foley Catheters

Product Images:

Lapides - Urologists and gynecologists use this type of Foley catheter to profile the urethra as well as to diagnose and treat incontinence. This model has five radiopaque rings located below the balloon. The rings facilitate calibration of the female urethra. Each ring is 1cm apart, sizing the urethra to the bladder. Rings are used for visual or tactile measurement. (0171L18)

Davis - The double-balloon design aids in diagnosing urethral diverticula. Diverticula can fill during urination and lead to infection. The sliding meatal balloon accommodates any female urethral length. A single eye is located below the bladder balloon and above the meatal balloon. A 30cc BARDEX® balloon is used in the bladder. A cone-shaped 20 cc meatal balloon provides an effective seal for the meatus to contain the contrast material. Radiopaque contrast media is introduced into the central lumen of the catheter to visualize the false passages of the urethra. (0187L14)

Trattner - A unique double-balloon design aids in diagnosing urethral diverticula. A single eye is located below the bladder balloon and above the meatal balloon to introduce contrast media. A 5cc BARDEX® balloon is used in the bladder. A 20cc cone-shaped meatal balloon provides an effective seal for the meatus to contain the contrast material. Radiopaque contrast media is introduced into the central lumen of the catheter to be placed into the false passages of the urethra. (600190L20)

 
 

Features and Specifications

Description Part Number Size Quantity Natural Latex?
Foley Catheters, LUBRICATH®, Diagnostic, Specialty, Lapides Model, Latex, Short Reinforced Tip, Two Opposing Drainage Eyes 0171L Balloon 5cc, 18FR 12/case Yes
Foley Catheters, LUBRICATH®, Diagnostic, Specialty, Davis Model, Latex, Short Round Tip, Single Drainage Eyes Between Balloons, Female Urethrographic 0187L 14FR 1 each Yes
Foley Catheters, LUBRICATH®, Diagnostic, Specialty, Trattner Model, Latex, Short Round Tip, Single Drainage Eyes Between Balloons 600190L 20FR 1 each Yes

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