Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheters - 2-way, 5cc

Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheters - 2-way, 5cc
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Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheters - 2-way, 5cc

  • Reduce incidence of UTI's
  • Bacti-Guard Silver and hydrogel coating
  • Smooth catheter insertion
  • 2-Way Foley, Standard tip
  • Latex

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Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheters - 2-way, 5cc

Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheter
2-way, 5cc, Sterile


The Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheter is clinically proven to reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections. Incorporating a technologically-advanced formulation consisting of Bacti-Guard silver alloy coating and Bard hydrogel, the Bardex I.C. Foley catheter dramatically reduces bacterial adherence and minimizes biofilm formation.

The occurrence of urinary tract infection is 3.7 times greater in patients catheterized with a standard catheter than in patients catheterized with the Bardex I.C. Foley catheter with Bacti-Guard silver alloy coating and Bard hydrogel.


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Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheters - 2-way, 5cc

0165SI16 - 16 Fr. - Each - $13.25

0165SI18 - 18 Fr. - Each - $13.25

0165SI24 - 24 Fr. - Each - $14.20

0165SI26 - 26 Fr. - Each - Backordered 'til 9/15/16 - $14.63

0165SI14 - 14 Fr. - Each - $14.63

0165SI22 - 22 Fr. - Each - $15.14

0165SI20 - 20 Fr. - Each - $15.14

0165SI12 - 12 Fr. - Each - $18.38

22 Fr. - Box of 12 - $167.37

0165SI20 - 20 Fr. - Case of 12 - $167.37

0165SI24 - 24 Fr. - Case of 12 - $170.40

0165SI16 - 16 Fr. - Case of 12 - $170.40

0165SI18 - 18 Fr. - Case of 12 - $170.40

0165SI14 - 14 Fr. - Case of 12 - $181.38



Bardex I.C. Silver-Coated Latex Foley Catheters - 2-way, 5cc Reviews Summary

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18 out of 19 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (8)
Sturdy (3)
Lightweight (3)
Easy Storage (2)
Anti bacterial (1)
Top Cons

Pricey (1)
No cons (1)
None (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (3)
Great for intermittent (1)
Following Surgery (1)
Permanent indwelling cath (1)
Should changed as need (1)
1-5 of 20 reviews
1 2 3
Excellent product, less infections....

Pros:
Lightweight. Safe.
Best Uses:
Elderly.

Since I started using this product,the quality of my life has improved substantially, from constantly infections due to the inferior kind of other products to almost none is the best thing that you can aspire when you have to live for the rest of your life with this kind of product. In general: a big improvement in my quality life.

by from Lima, Peru
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
comfortable for long term wear Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe.
Best Uses:
Urinary symptoms of BPH.
Describe Yourself:
Athletic.

I have used this catheter for periodic urinary problems associated with BPH. I have not had any UTI's when using this product. If one needs a foley this is the one to use.

by from New Jersey
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
5 out of 5 found this review helpful
I would by this product again Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Easy Storage. Sturdy. Lightweight. Safe.
Cons:
Pricey.
Best Uses:
Elderly.

convenient to use but a little expensive and don't really reduce UTI

by from tacoma, WA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Reduces Urinary Infections Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Simple to use. Safe.
Best Uses:
Permanent indwelling cath. Should changed as need.
Describe Yourself:
Long time paraplegic. Average Health. Athletic.

Usually change once per month and keep extra "kit" of catheter, sterile tray, drainage bag, and two leg bags on hand. I'm self sufficient so make the change myself.

by from Tampa, Fl.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 4 found this review helpful
Proven to reduce UTI's


Since using this foley catheter have reduced UTI's from one every month to two in the last two years.

by from OR
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
1-5 of 20 reviews
1 2 3
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My son has been using a F16 in dwelling Bardex silver coated catheters for some years. We were advised to use the F18 - is this avalable in the female length? He wears shorts during the summers and the male length is far too long.
Asked on Aug 7, 2015 2:48:25 AM by Dennis from Johannesburg
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Is a silver coated catheter less likely to cause irritation in the bladder ?
Asked on May 15, 2014 11:26:50 AM by VERN from WEST VIRGINIA
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Yes. It has the hydrogel coating as well as the silver alloy. The hydrogel helps prevent urethral trauma.
Answered on Jul 17, 2016 12:03:09 AM by Lynn from NW Arknasas
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If I bought a 20fr 30cc in error, but usually bought 20fr 5cc, can I only inflate the balloon to 5cc and be OK?
Asked on Mar 13, 2014 2:36:35 PM by Turk from Chicago
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I've always used 30cc balloons but only inflate to 10cc. And a few times only inflated to 5cc. Never had a prob.
Answered on Jan 24, 2015 2:41:17 PM by SerBronn from Westeros
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No. 30cc balloons will slip out if only inflated with 5 - 10 cc sterile water.
Answered on Mar 8, 2016 2:53:06 AM by Lynn from AR
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No. The 30 cc balloon must be inflated with 25-30cc sterile water. Anything less might result in accidental extraction resulting in injury.
Answered on Jul 17, 2016 12:05:52 AM by Lynn from NW Arknasas
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Are there silver-coated straight catheters? Are these catheters any easier to insert than regular non-coated catheters?
Asked on Jun 2, 2013 12:50:16 PM by Sal from NY
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They are the same as any other normal cath just silver coated you use the the same way
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 1:31:35 PM by jeff from MI
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I have a supracubic catheter. can I use the Bardex IC silver coated Foley catheter? I am expierencing frequent UTI's
Asked on May 3, 2013 6:45:41 PM by judy from las vegas nv
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Been using silver coated caths since Jan 2013 and have not experienced a single UTI. I had numerous UTI's before.
Answered on May 31, 2013 12:50:27 PM by Smiley from Chandler, AZ
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I've been using them for over 2 years because of UTIs. These along with using D-Mannose have significantly reduced my UTIs.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 4:54:41 PM by IMcCoy from Kansas City
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How often is it recommended to change a silver lined Foley catheter?
Asked on Apr 2, 2013 5:21:13 PM by Flee from Tiffin ohio
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30 days
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 9:01:05 AM by Fred from Home
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I change mine every 4 weeks.
Answered on Dec 4, 2013 10:00:26 AM by Matt from Medina, OH
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What is meant by 16 fr? 20 fr? and so on.. is that the length of the catheter?
Asked on Apr 11, 2012 1:14:31 AM by antoe from buffalo, ny
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16 and 20 french are the diameter of the catheter. In long term use, the urethra will gradually enlarge over time, requiring a higher french catheter Catheters need to be longer for men, but women can use male catheters. 5cc and 10cc are the capacity of the balloons that prevent the catheter from coming out.
Answered on Dec 3, 2012 12:19:23 PM by Nurse Keith from Oregon
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fr means how big around the catheter is. The larger the number the bigger the Diameter.
Answered on Dec 21, 2012 10:15:12 PM by Rick from Massachusetts
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I believe it is the diameter of the catheter. FR stands for French, the standard measure of the catheter. The larger number, e.g. 24fr versus 16fr would indicate a larger opening inside for urine to flow through.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 12:55:04 PM by cable from oregon
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It meant the diameter of the tube
Answered on Dec 23, 2012 12:25:58 AM by Diva Marie from California
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No it's the circumference.
Answered on Jan 3, 2013 2:14:12 PM by Jodie from us
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That is the diameter around. My husband has a suprapubic catheter and his urologist recommends that he uses a 24F.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 6:39:50 PM by wife of disabled hubby from nv
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NO THATS THE DIAMETER OF THE THE CATHETER AND THE 5CC IS THE SIZE OF THE BALLON ON THE END,AND I USE LATEX OVER SILICON BECAUSE THEY SEEM TO RUN A LITTLE LONGER JUST A 1/4 INCH OR SO
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 7:37:05 PM by TROY from UT
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16 fr, 20 fr and so on refers to the size of the diameter of the catheter. The greater the number the larger the diameter of the pathway and consequently the diameter of the catheter.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 1:23:52 PM by Mike from Missouri
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It is referring to the diameter of the tube. The larger the number, the narrower the catheter. This will determine the rate of flow & ease of insertion.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 2:09:18 PM by Dad from San marcos, ca
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Fr. (French) refers to the diameter of the catheter, the bigger the number, the larger the size. Length is pretty standard. A supra pubic cath will be larger than a urethral cath to avoid leakage.
Answered on Jan 11, 2013 9:48:30 PM by Kyle from St. Louis
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Part Number(s): 094 6103, 094 0080 11, 094 0080 03, 094 0080 04, 094 6114, 094 6167, 094 0080 08, 094 0080 05, 094 1514, 094 0080 06, 094 1515, 094 1512, 094 1513, 094 0080 09

Mfg Part Number(s): 0165SI16, 0165SI18, 0165SI24, 0165SI26, 0165SI14, 0165SI22, 0165SI20, 0165SI12

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 0080 04, 094 0080 05, 094 0080 09, 094 0080 11, 094 0080 03, 094 0080 08, 094 0080 06, 094 6103, 094 1514, 094 6167, 094 1515, 094 1512, 094 1513, 094 6114