BARDIA Silicone-Coated Latex 2-way Foley Catheter with 5cc Balloon

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BARDIA Silicone-Coated Latex 2-way Foley Catheter with 5cc Balloon

  • 16.5" length
  • Made from a hydrophobic material that rejects moisture
  • Silicone-elastomer coating provides comfort against urethral irritation
  • 2-way Foley catheter with 2 opposing eyes
  • 5cc balloon size

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BARDIA Silicone-Coated Latex 2-way Foley Catheter with 5cc Balloon

BARDIA Silicone Elastomer Latex Foley Catheter - 2-way


The BARDIA Silicone-Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter utilizes a water-resistant coating that rejects moisture. The silicone-elastomer coating on the Bard Catheter provides protection against urethral irritation, as well as a smoother insertion.

Bard Foley catheters are constructed to be comfortable and minimize irritation. These are designed to be pliable yet strong to better conform to the tortuous urethra to minimize irritation and improve comfort. The catheter tip is also designed with a smooth tip to minimize irritation.

The Bardia Silicone Coated Latex Foley Catheter is a high quality 2-way Foley catheter is designed and manufactured to be of the highest comfort. It includes a 5 cc balloon.


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BARDIA Silicone-Coated Latex 2-way Foley Catheter with 5cc Balloon

123518A - 18 Fr. - Each - $1.22

123514A - 14 Fr. - Each - $1.22

123522A - 22 Fr. - Each - $1.22

123520A - 20 Fr. - Each - $1.26

123526A - 26 Fr. - Each - $1.26

123516A - 16 Fr. - Each - $1.26

123524A - 24 Fr. - Each - $1.26

123512A - 12 Fr. - Each - $1.26

123530A - 30 Fr. - Each - $1.57

123528A - 28 Fr. - Each - $1.57

123514A - 14 Fr. - Case of 12 - Backordered 'til 10/8/16 - $13.32

123526A - 26 Fr. - Case of 12 - $13.40

123522A - 22 Fr. - Case of 12 - $13.40

123520A - 20 Fr. - Case of 12 - $13.40

123524A - 24 Fr. - Case of 12 - $13.47

123512A - 12 Fr - Case of 12 - $13.95

123518A - 18 Fr. - Case of 12 - $14.49

123516A - 16 Fr. - Case of 12 - $14.70



BARDIA Silicone-Coated Latex 2-way Foley Catheter with 5cc Balloon Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
91 reviews
84 out of 86 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (30)
Lightweight (28)
Sturdy (26)
Easy Storage (21)
Inexpensive (13)
Top Cons

none (4)
Flimsy (2)
Plug at times (1)
Doctor not happy about it (1)
Unsafe (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (13)
Following Surgery (8)
Emergency (7)
DISABLED (2)
Travel (1)
1-5 of 91 reviews
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Easy to use

Pros:
Lightweight. Easy Storage. Safe. Inexpensive.
Best Uses:
Emergency.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health. PARAPLEGIC. SATISFIED CUSTOMER.

When I travel I usually travel with a leg bag very convenient and easy to put on.

by from Los Angeles
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 4 found this review helpful
I have used this product for years. Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe. Sturdy. Easy Storage. Lightweight.

I use this product daily and am very pleased.

by from Front Royal, VA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
8 out of 8 found this review helpful
great catheter Verified Purchaser

Cons:
none.
Best Uses:
Works great for cath play.

I use these for catheter play, and they are great. Easy to insert and not painful at all.

by from arkansas
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
21 out of 24 found this review helpful
Same catheters as used by my urologist

Pros:
Inexpensive. Safe. Lightweight.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health. Elderly. SATISFIED CUSTOMER.

Same catheter as used by my urologist, but 1/10th the cost of my medicare supplier. Very cost effective.

by from Erie, CO
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
Comfortable product

Describe Yourself:
Medical Professional.

A recently retired RN: With Urine Retention/Incontinence. My wife inserted this rather than me. She also is a nurse. .. Overall the insertion was near painless and she described it as meeting very little resistance. that is a good thing...for sure. Now I have had this in for 3 days. No problems at all. I will order more of these. They are comfortable; Insertion is easy, and over time they do not seem to irritate.

by from Springfield Illinois
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 91 reviews
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what does "French" mean? Is that the size of the opening to feed the catheter in to? Or the length of the catheter? I'm sorry but it is confusing. everyone seems to know what it all means. I am new to this and am told I may need one soon.My opening is about 7.50MM to 8mm and don't want the embarrassment of leakage. I will have to wear it at work and don't know for how long. You seem to be the least expensive. Thank you.
Asked on May 24, 2016 6:16:14 PM by johned from Bettendorf Ia
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This catheter looks ideal for me. The diameter i need is 4mm(metric),is that the same as 16fr.?
Asked on Sep 12, 2015 2:11:22 PM by Nod from United Kingdom
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16fr is equal to 5.333 mm. If you need exactly 4mm, then get the 12fr catheter.
Answered on Oct 31, 2015 9:39:42 AM by Kev from Texas
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how much is the time for which I can keep catheter inside ( indwelling time ). Regards Rajeev
Asked on Aug 26, 2015 1:32:01 AM by Rajeev from New Delhi
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No more than 21 days maximum.
Answered on Sep 23, 2015 3:42:17 PM by Nod from UK
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For the last 29 years I've changed mine every 3-4 weeks, as recommended by Craig rehab in Co. Understand that bacteria starts to adhere to, and grow on, the inside of the tube from day one. You don't want to let the colony get out of control. I also change them anytime I feel bad, or just not "right" and I can't figure out why. Even if it's only been in a week or two, I never say, "that can't be the problem, because it's new." Change it. You'd be surprised how an old tube can affect you. I've found my body reacts negatively to some tubes for some reason - even the same brand - and that almost always helps. Learn to recognize what your body is telling you. In particular, how you feel before and after a tube change. Always better safe, than sorry. Hope that helps.
Answered on Oct 31, 2015 9:58:27 AM by Kev from Texas
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18fr is that normal size foe adult male
Asked on Aug 29, 2014 2:33:12 PM by jeremy from ca
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16 Fr. is the "average" size, however a person may need a smaller or larger one for various health reasons. Linda, RN
Answered on May 18, 2015 7:01:45 PM by Charitysmama from Oregon
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I prefer 16fr myself. 14fr seemed too small. 18fr may be slightly uncomfortable unless you are larger than average.
Answered on May 27, 2015 8:30:07 PM by Larry from Shipshewana
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Size is dependent on the person and their situation. Often started with a Fr14 until that is not large enough.
Answered on Aug 18, 2015 6:19:02 PM by choice from Collegeville, PA
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What is the difference between the 5cc and 30cc balloon besides the volume injected?
Asked on May 16, 2014 4:52:05 PM by chia from canada
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A 5 cc balloon is about the size of a small walnut, a 30 cc balloon is much bigger. Linda, RN
Answered on May 18, 2015 7:03:13 PM by Chritysmama from Oregon
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The balloon size differences or choices depend on the usage. If you only need urinary catheters then stay with 5cc. You will not experience any discomfort with these and they don't leak.
Answered on May 27, 2015 8:37:13 PM by Larry from Shipshewana
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Need to know Catheter Size? Need tube size 18
Asked on Nov 15, 2013 1:58:11 PM by Dallas from Portland
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If you need a "tube size 18" that would seem to indicate needing a Fr18. The balloon size shouldn't matter unless you are going to be pulling it out improperly due to confusion or some other issue.
Answered on Aug 18, 2015 6:20:20 PM by choice from Collegeville, PA
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I need a 22 Fr catheter with 30mls balloon is this the same thing as a 5cc balloon?
Asked on Oct 25, 2013 2:18:28 PM by Khamil from Indiana
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A 30ml balloon is not the same as a 5ml balloon. Do not try to fill a 5ml balloon to 30ml - It will rupture.
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 1:06:41 PM by Tom from California
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I have been ordering Bard 123518A 18fr 5cc balloon silicone coated catheters from you and do not find this number listed. Is this the same catheter with a new number?
Asked on Dec 1, 2012 1:34:04 PM by GH from Albuq. NM
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my catheters are 14 french and 10ml is that the same as 5cc ??
Asked on Nov 3, 2012 4:07:35 PM by shaina from boston ma.
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No. A 10ml is a liquid measurement. A cc cubic center meters is a volume measurement. 10ml = 10cc. 1 ml=1cc. Most medical people use the term cc to give liquid injections. I the scientific world we use ml for liquid injections and cc for volume measurments.
Answered on Mar 17, 2013 8:57:01 AM by Saturn from RI
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5 cc and 5 ml are interchangeable, as are 10 cc and 10 ml. Most foley catheters have 5 cc(ml) or 30 cc (ml) balloons, most feeding tube balloons are 10 cc (ml). Linda, RN
Answered on May 18, 2015 7:08:03 PM by Charitysmama from Oregon
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Usually a 5 cc balloon can be filled up to 10 cc. Sometimes cc and ml are used interchangeably but with Foley catheters, it is normally stated in cc measurement.
Answered on Aug 18, 2015 6:22:40 PM by choice from Collegeville, PA
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If you are allergic to latex can you use this catheter?
Asked on Apr 26, 2012 3:03:24 PM by Jacks from Ft. Atkinson WI.
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The coating on this catheter is to make it more slippery. Even if the balloon is coated the coating would be compromised when the balloon is inflated. This puts latex against the tender wall of the bladder. With a known latex allergy avoid latex completely. Silicone catheters have been improved and are worth the extra expense to avoid latex reactions.
Answered on Jan 12, 2014 8:43:39 AM by niteguy from New York
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Silicon is an element, where latex is a compound molecule. Silicon items are naturally slick because of the rounded shape of the molecular and atomic structure. Latex is a chemically derived compound made from carbon in a lipid base, and is hydrophobic. This property makes the compounds less stable in their structure on the atomic level and is inconsistently shaped (on the atomic level). Silicon does not react with fluids, nor any form of carbon based molecule. However, the lipids used to make the silicon different from it's pure crystalline form (glass) can over time degrade yet they do so far slower than carbon based compounds. The short answer is NO. Silicon is NOT latex.
Answered on Feb 3, 2014 9:09:31 PM by knowitsum from zen
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how long are these cathaters ?
Asked on Dec 23, 2011 11:03:50 AM by annie from lancaster, pa
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16.5 inches
Answered on Jan 11, 2013 10:33:36 PM by Ellen from Home
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16 1/2 inches total length, 14 1/2 inches useable.
Answered on Jan 12, 2014 8:49:21 AM by niteguy from New York
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I would like to inquire if you have this, bardia foley cath 24ch/ fr 8.0 mm 30 ml?
Asked on May 31, 2011 6:29:42 PM by peachy from florida
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Allegro does carry the 24 French in a 30cc. Just not on this page. It you search more bardia caths, you should find the pull down menu that has the 30cc balloons.
Answered on Feb 10, 2014 11:50:17 PM by springrollz from Tampa, FL
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can i buy this product with a 10 cc balloon?
Asked on May 4, 2011 9:50:20 AM by peggy from home
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cab i but=y it in 10 cc balloon
Answered on Aug 19, 2011 8:31:13 AM by joy from Auburn ny
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I purchase the Bardia 10ml foley caths. I found the 10ml bulb stay in place better than the 5ml foleys. I use foleys during the week and intermittent cath on weekends. Sometimes the foley would get blcked and not drain using the 5ml bulb, so I switched to the 10ml bulb. No problems with drainage.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 9:49:45 AM by pattypara from Williamsburg, VA
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I inflate this balloon with 15 cc sterile water so 10 cc should be no problem.
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 2:31:19 AM by Hugopetty from FL
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The 5cc balloon is supposed to be inflated with 10cc of water. That is what the product description (and my doc) says.
Answered on Jan 11, 2013 10:21:43 PM by Ellen from Home
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most caths are either 5cc balloons or 30cc balloons. The 5 cc balloon can be inflated with 10cc of liquid. This is what a I do. The 30CC balloon are too big for me and cause irritation to the bladder wall. When I only inflate a 5cc with 5ml's of liquid, it is too small and I have had it fall out. I've found inflating to 10cc/ml works much better. Please keep in mind I have been a nurse for over 20 years and we do this frequently with patients.
Answered on Feb 10, 2014 11:54:18 PM by springrollz from Tampa, FL
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Although it's called a 5 cc/ml balloon, it's intended to be inflated with 10 cc/ml of sterile water or saline.
Answered on Mar 31, 2015 10:01:14 AM by Lynn from Arkansas
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Mfg Part Number(s): 123518A, 123514A, 123522A, 123520A, 123526A, 123516A, 123524A, 123512A, 123530A, 123528A

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