Surgilube Lubricating Jelly - Sterile - 4.25 oz tube

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Surgilube Lubricating Jelly - Sterile - 4.25 oz tube

  • A unique blend of natural water-soluble gums
  • Great for insertion of catheters and surgical instruments
  • Provides instant, continuous lubrication

Product Overview

Surgilube Lubricating Jelly - Sterile - 4.25 oz tube

Surgilube Lubricating Jelly


The Surgilube Lubricating Jelly by Fougera is a unique blend of natural water-soluble gums. Surgilube provides instant, continuous lubricating action for easy, comfortable insertion of catheters, endoscopes, surgical instruments, magic bullet suppositories and gloves into body orifices. Surgilube - your assurance of safety, reliability and convenience. Comparable to KY Jelly. K-Y.


Surgilube Lubricating Jelly Uses

Proven effective lubrication in: Ob/Gyn, Urology, Proctology, Emergency Rooms, Labor Rooms, Medical Surgical Floors, Out-Patient clinics.


Surgilube Lubricating Jelly Benefits

Safe, Reliable, Convenient. Sterile & Bacteriostatic. Crystal clear, will not cloud optics (cystoscopy, sigmoidoscopy) Directions: Use according to package instructions. The surgilube lubricating jelly does not come with an applicator tip.



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Surgilube Lubricating Jelly - Sterile - 4.25 oz tube Reviews Summary

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

Safe (39)
Easy Storage (32)
Lightweight (21)
Sturdy (13)
Quality (1)
Top Cons

NONE (7)
Irritates Urethra (1)
Inconvenient (1)
CAN'T THINK OF ANY (1)
NO APPLICATION TIP (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (17)
Bladder Problems (12)
Following Surgery (6)
Emergency (4)
Cathing (1)
1-5 of 19 reviews
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Easy insertion of caths

Pros:
Safe.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health. Self Cathing.

The lube makes for smooth and easy insertion of all types of caths. I have tried other lubes. This seems to be the best for insertion of all types of caths I use.

by Tom the Scot from Evansville, WY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great Product

Pros:
Great consistency. inhibits bacteria. Lubricates.
Best Uses:
Paraplegia. Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Paraplegic.

Have been using this product for 25 yrs. Have tried cheaper product, but none compare to the quality.

by Richard from Georgia
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
TROUBLE.............FREE

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Lightweight. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Self Cathing.

PERFECT LUBRICANT for self cathing

by GRAY MOON from Sunnyside Washington
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
smooth sailing

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage.
Cons:
NONE.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Following Surgery. Bladder Problems. Emergency.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly. Average Health. Self Cathing.

Made insertion an easy task & almost painless procedure

by jimmyd from Lafayette, TN
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great Value will by this when I need it

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. Elderly. Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver. Elderly.

These tubes come in an easy access storage box which makes it easy for the elderly to be able to get it out themselves if I'm not there with easy open cap

by Giving Care from Austin, Tx
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 19 reviews
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Why would anyone use Surgilube for anything otherbthan a Bowel Pogram? The hydrophilic coated catheters are more sanitary, smoother, more flexible and do less tissue damage and everything is sealed inside the one package.
Asked on Dec 17, 2012 7:20:10 PM by Steve from Miami
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I use a catheter to dilate the urethra because of a stricture. A flexible catheter has zero chance of insertion. I cut the funnel end off a 14 fr straight catheter and insert a Leur-Lok syringe into the cut end. Insert the sterile end of the catheter into the 4.25 ounce tube of Surgilube and draw 1 cc of lube into the sterile catheter. Insert the catheter as far as it will go into the urethra without additional lubrication of the outside of the catheter and eject the lubricant. Then, insert a 14 fr Coude tip sterile catheter into the bladder using the lubricant already in the urethra. Works and is sterile.
Answered on May 3, 2013 8:21:43 PM by kel_en from Suffolk
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Is surgilube lubricating jelly latex free?
Asked on Jul 31, 2012 7:38:49 AM by Tia from Santa Ana
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Yes, Surgilube jelly (and all others that I know of) are completely latex free. However, the catheter you use may or may not contain latex. Check the labels on those products. You can always find out the ingredients of medical products at a variety of web sites, and always on or in the package of the product as well.
Answered on May 5, 2013 6:31:50 AM by Brew from Oregon
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Medicare will not supply surgilube "due to recalls"..What are the reasons for the recalls please. How many recalls have there been? No other brand works as well as surgilube for my husband's cath proceedure.
Asked on Jul 20, 2012 2:07:33 PM by Ellie from CT
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I can't answer the question about refills, but would suggest that Surgilube isn't a very expensive product, and if it works best for your husband, purchasing it out-of-pocket would be a reasonable expense. Remember that recalls can be due to a wide variety of reasons, including packaging errors and the like.
Answered on May 5, 2013 6:43:52 AM by Brew from Oregon
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hello, I just like to know, is it me? are they way the lubricant go on the cathter, from the 3g foilpac, when i was useing the 4.25 oz. tub it want on it alright but not when I use the 3g foilpac (need your advice)thanks.
Asked on Oct 6, 2011 10:22:23 PM by henry from Williamsport,, PA. 17701
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Use a small dish, empty the Surgilibe in the dish, add a FEW drops of water, coat the catheter as well you can and insert.
Answered on Feb 8, 2012 3:22:32 PM by Roachcoach from Arkansas
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Do NOT put gel into "dish, add water" to help lubricant adhere to any sterile urinary catheter. You can open top covering of catheter on flat surface, apply modest amt. gel, turn catheter from the end where your urine will come out. Keep bacteria free! If necessary apply a small drop @point of insertion, then carefully insert cath, turning it gently if you meet resistance. Ideally this is a sterile proceedure but few can afford sterile gloves so begin by laying out equipment, wash hands thoroughly with antibacterial soap. Then use one of the hand wash gels, rub into hands thoroughly and then begin proceedure. Do not talk, cough or sneeze over the area you are working on. If you do, you will increase the chance of infection.
Answered on Jul 20, 2012 1:58:35 PM by Ellie from CT
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I prefer to use the tube for easier application and have only used the foil pac in emergencies. I agree with your findings.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 8:24:04 PM by Bob from Mass
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I'm a guy- I don't use foilpacs. I also use nitrile gloves and wash my gloved hands and the cath with disinfectant soap (rinse well) before any lube. Infections aren't cheap. I then hold my index finger out and squirt a line of lube onto it about the length of my finger. Wipe the cath into the lube with the other hand and go to insert it. The lube sticks well, doesn't drop off too fast, and does a reasonable job. I wouldn't add anything (even water, unless it was distilled) to the lube as it might add bacteria to the lube.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 1:13:14 PM by ARM from West Coast
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My husband will only use the tube...nothing else.
Answered on Jan 3, 2013 5:44:46 PM by Kathy from us
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Wash your hands. Put the Surgilube in the web of skin behind your thumb and 1st finger of your right hand. With the left hand, dip the tip of the catheter into the Surgilube, then insert the catheter. With the right, wrap the Surgilubed skin area arount the catheter as it goes in, coating it, going slowly and carefully. If necessary, pull the catheter back out a little and use the left hand to add a couple of drops of water to the Surgilube. (Reverse if you're right handed.)
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 6:08:14 PM by Bob from Miami
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I dollop the surgilube on the opening rather than the catheter itself and then insert the catheter through the surgilube into the opening....
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 7:23:18 PM by KGOne from SF Bay Area
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I use the 4.25 oz tube and it works fine. I haven;t tried the foil packs but I don't see why it would be any different if its the same stuff. If you have trouble for some reason, go back to using the tube. It might even come in a smaller size tube.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 11:01:52 PM by Ken from Milwaukee
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I open a only a small corner of the foil packet. The lubricant will then come out in a smaller more controllabe stream. The larger foil packets offer more lubricant to add more coverage.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 6:36:13 AM by Charles from Maryland
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I only use the 4 1/2 oz tube and squeeze out the lube onto the cath like toothpaste on a brush so I think I would try just cutting the corner off the foil pack and squeezing the lube onto the cath that way.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 1:32:33 PM by lazyman from MA
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Insert the business end of thr catheter directly into the packet, then squeeze the packet a little so the lub travels up the catheter farther. The catheter should come out of the packet with enough lubrication for easy insertion.
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 12:47:16 PM by Carol2K from Portland. Or
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