FEMALE Bardia Aquafil Foley Catheters (Latex Free)
Female Bardia Aquafil Self–Retaining Catheter – Latex Free
Foley self-retaining catheter by Bard, 100% silicone. Complete with syringe containing sterile water for inflation of 10ml balloon. Up to 12 weeks in use, latex free. Sizes FG12-FG16.
Shorter Female length catheter – 26cm
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FEMALE Bardia Aquafil Catheter Foley
Short to medium term catheters, can be left in place for up to 12 weeks. All silicone catheter, completely latex free. 2-way foley self-retaining catheters.
Complete with syringe containing sterile water for inflation of 10ml balloon.
Sizes are measured in CH/FR/FG, they are all the same.
- FG12 – 10ml balloon – 166112UK
- FG14 – 10ml balloon – 166114UK
- FG16 – 10ml balloon – 166116UK
- 100% transparent silicone, high quality balloon catheter
- ideal for long-term application up to 12 weeks
- minimised risk of encrustation and formation of a biofilm due to the extra smooth catheter surface
- flexible, yet firm, material for high wearing comfort and easy insertion
- constant efficient drainage due to large eyes and drainage lumen
- with soft cylindrical tip and smoothly rounded eyes for a gentle insertion
- visible on an x-ray pattern due to the radiopaque catheter tip and x-ray contrast stripe
- valve for safe connection to a Luer or a Luer-lock syringe tip
- colour-coded sleeve around the valve for reliable size identification
- with prefilled syringe with 10 ml sterile water for balloon inflation
- latex-free for high tolerability and biocompatibility
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Why are Catheters Necessary?
There are many reasons why some people cannot urinate voluntarily and require a catheter to empty their bladder. The nerve supply to your bladder could be damaged; you may suffer from back problems or an enlarged prostate. Catheterisation may also be necessary after certain types of surgery, or it may be caused by a particular condition you were born with.
For more information on Urinary Catheters please see the information page on the NHS Website
FG12, FG14, FG16, FG18, FG20