BARDIA Elastomer Silicone-Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-way, 30cc

BARDIA Elastomer Silicone-Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-way, 30cc
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BARDIA Elastomer Silicone-Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-way, 30cc

  • 2-way foley with 2 opposing eyes
  • Made from a hydrophobic material that rejects moisture
  • Silicone-elastomer coating provides protection against urethral irritation

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BARDIA Elastomer Silicone-Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-way, 30cc

Bardia® Silicone Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter
2-way, 30cc Balloon


AllegroMedical.com presents The BARDIA Elastomer Silicone-Coated Latex Foley Catheter. The BARDIA Silicone Elastomer Latex Foley Catheter is made from a hydrophobic material that rejects moisture. This product has a 30 CC balloon. Bardia Latex Foley Catheters, manufactured by Bard, are rigid latex catheters that are coated in a silicone elastic polymer that serves as a hydrophobic material that rejects moisture, reducing irritation to the urethra.

Latex Foley Catheters are made with 2 way design and opposing eyes for drainage. Bardia coated latex is a rigid latex material that is made with Bard latex standards. Latex Foley Catheters are engineered to cause less irritation than other latex products. Indwelling Urinary Catheters are sterile and designed for single use. These Silicone Elastomer Catheters come in an easy to use, peel apart packaging, so that the catheter stays sterile until the package is opened.


Features:

  • Protects from irritation.
  • Smooth surface.
  • Permanent coating.

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BARDIA Elastomer Silicone-Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-way, 30cc

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BARDIA Elastomer Silicone-Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-way, 30cc Reviews Summary

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19 out of 20 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (9)
Sturdy (8)
Lightweight (6)
Easy Storage (6)
Easy to use (1)
Top Cons

None (2)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (4)
Incontinence (2)
Following Surgery (2)
Anyone who needs catheter (1)
Bladder paralysis (1)
1-5 of 21 reviews
1 2 3
good product

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
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Caregiver.

good and not expensive

by from streamwood,il
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
one of the best. for the price,comfort

Pros:
Safe.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Following Surgery.
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Caregiver.

this store has the best prices and servic anywhere

by from tampa bay
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Great Product!!!

Pros:
ease. comfort. great with male chastity. Easy Storage. Lightweight. Safe. Sturdy. fast shipping.
Cons:
retaining balloon break. pain after removal. arrives in multiple packa.
Best Uses:
BDSM. Following Surgery. master/slave. control. domination. humiliating. body control.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health. under 30. catheter play. fetish. fetish. kink. in shape. love the doctor. pain lover.

These catheters are absolutely amazing!!!!! The slide in so smooth with the right amount of lubricant. You do no really have to worry about he balloon breaking. I can wear a 30cc all weekend with no problem, but i get very intense bladder spasms with the 5cc. I ended up having to wear diapers wile the 5cc was inserted as there was leakage coming along the sides of the catheter. The 30 sits nice and tight against you bladder with no real discomfort. Im ordering 4 more right now as my boyfriend is curious about then!!!!!

by from Charlotte, NC
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
Very unreliable catheter

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SCI/Paraplegic.

With only 5-6 cc of fluid in a 30cc catheter, the balloon collapses inside the catheter after a few days, blocking the flow. These are the worst catheters I've ever used, and I've been using catheters for 35 years. I tried them one other time with the same result. I only ordered them because Allegra was out of the normal brand I purchase.

by from Iowa
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Great Product at the right price. Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe. Lightweight. Easy Storage.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

I order these because they have to be changed at least once a week and I want a supply on hand.

by from Mooresville, NC
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 21 reviews
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In catheter description it indicates 30cc balloon. Can balloon be blown up to 5cc and be okay?
Asked on Jan 2, 2016 10:56:49 AM by Mchambers from Wisconsin
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Can this product be used for someone with latex sensitivity?
Asked on Sep 30, 2014 5:50:29 AM by Marie from Ohio
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what does size 14,16,18 mean.how do the sizes go.is 14 small & the 18 is larger.i need to the size chart on catheters
Asked on Sep 8, 2012 10:22:33 AM by cryptman from usa
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14 is smaller 18 is larger.normal for men is 12-16 I beleave
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 3:31:21 PM by pappy from tampabay
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I have been using a foley catheter since 2005. I have MS and have been w/c dependent and unable to stand since then. I never had problems with the catheter until lately. It is now leaking and is extremly painful. After a cystoscopy my urologist told me that the inside of my bladder was extremely inflamed and this is common after years of using the foley. He hasn't given me much info on how to remedy this but I am determined to find something that will help me. I am presently using a 20fr 30cc cath and I've tried silicone but I feel it's too hard and does more irritation than the latex. Is there any information or suggestions that anyone can give me to help my situation? Thanks, Cathybose
Asked on Nov 5, 2011 5:48:25 PM by Cathybose from New Jersey
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My son is a quadraplegic and is allergic to every kind of tape and catheter. I can't address the 20fr, but he uses a Bardex Hydrogel and Bacti-guard silver alloy coating. The silver alloy cathetors are more expensive, but they keep down infections. And maybe the fact that you are using a 30cc is an irritant. Ask you dr if a 5 cc is ok to use. We buy the 5 cc but you can actually inflate it up to 15 cc. My son had problems with irritation and was in the hospital hemoraging last year at this time, and then the dr told us to inflate to 10 cc and we haven't had any problems since. Hope this is helpful
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 12:39:28 AM by pnutsgrandma2002 from Tucson
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if you're completely incontinent, maybe an external solution such as depends may help until the inflamation in your bladder goes away, if this is not a viable option I understand, but I'm hoping this will help someone else with the same issue who hasn't had the courage to ask
Answered on Jan 2, 2013 4:37:18 AM by lagrenouille from Oregon
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Cathy, I have the exact same history and problem you are having. Please email me.
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 3:20:38 AM by Robin from Tampa, Fl
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I've a super pubic cath and the latex enlarges at the cath bag end.(stopped using latex) I flush with sterile water 4-5 times a week and then once or twice a week, then acetic acid once Helps me with infections.
Answered on Dec 30, 2013 11:43:19 PM by Geo from FLORIDA
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You should be using a 16-5 foley with 10 cc of inflation. A 30 cc should never be used as a indwelling catheter. You have leakage because the large balloon is hitting the inside of the bladder and causing spasms and causing the leakage. The size of the balloon has NO barring on leakage. This LARGE balloon is no doubt the cause of the irritation.
Answered on Jan 3, 2014 11:03:58 AM by Rick from Pa.
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what means, 14 fr, 16 fr, 20 fr, thanks, i need foley catheter, zize 16 10 to 15 cc, which i have to order ? thanks for help me
Asked on Sep 6, 2011 9:27:34 PM by darwin77 from mastic
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The sizes are in fr, meaning "french." If you need a size 16, then you need the 16 fr.
Answered on Nov 20, 2012 3:49:29 PM by Tatiana from Florida
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Can the 30 cc cath be used with only 10 cc of inflation?
Asked on May 9, 2011 1:59:59 PM by David from California
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It is not recommended to inflate a 30cc balloon with only 10cc of water for two main reasons: 1) The balloon will not expand enough to securely retain the catheter. If it pulls past the sphincter, pain and abrasion can occur. 2) The minimum inflation volume is listed by the manufacturer (and listed with the FDA) as 30cc and anything less can cause the tip of the catheter to bend to the side and irritate the bladder wall. Normally, a 3cc balloon is inflated to 35cc, but some can be inflated up to 50cc. When in doubt, consult the package labeling.
Answered on Jul 12, 2011 9:55:35 AM by Paul from NY from NY
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I asked my sons urologist that very same question. You can't put less than 30 cc in it, but you can buy a 5 cc and inflate it up to 15 cc.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 12:42:13 AM by pnutsgrandma2002 from Tucson
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Mfg Part Number(s): 123622A, 123614A, 123626A, 123620A, 123616A, 123618A, 123624A, 123630A, 123612A, 123628A

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 0106 08, 094 0106 03, 094 0106 11, 094 0106 06, 094 0106 04, 094 0106 05, 094 0106 09, 094 0106 13, 094 0106 02, 094 0106 12, 094 2260, 094 2218, 094 2261, 094 2197, 094 2192, 094 2214, 094 1591