KENGUARD Silicone-Coated Foley Catheter - 30cc - 2-Way

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KENGUARD Silicone-Coated Foley Catheter - 30cc - 2-Way
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Features:
  • Silicone-coated latex
  • Smooth edges aid in the catherization process
  • Minimizes leakage and maximizes drainage
  • 2-way & 30cc balloon
  • Designed to prevent encrustation

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KENGUARD Silicone-Coated Foley Catheter - 30cc - 2-Way


Featuring a soft, elastic silicone-coated foley catheter. The smooth edges and exterior coat assist in easing the catherization process. Its innovative design was created to minimize urethral tissue damage. Furthermore, this item prevents leakage, while providing optimal drainage as well. silicone coating eliminates "clutch" that can occur with plain latex. Lastly, this product is composed of 100% silicone-coated latex.


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KENGUARD Silicone-Coated Foley Catheter - 30cc - 2-Way Reviews Summary
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8 reviews
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7 out of 8 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy Storage (3)
Lightweight (3)
Sturdy (2)
Safe (2)
Top Best Uses

Emergency (1)
Following Surgery (1)
Elderly (1)
Suprapubic catheter (1)
1-2 of 8 reviews
get a smaller CC than 30

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight.
Best Uses:
bdsm.
Describe Yourself:
sub.

i love the catheter!!!! the only problem is that a 30cc gives me the worst bladder spasms known to man and causes my bladder to bleed. Make sure you start with the smaller CC balloon possible and work your way up if need be. trust me passing a blood clot is just as bad as a kidney stone! When you are using this for a sexual purpose and have god awful bladder spasms and have to be put in a diaper it is not exactly fun! i have been a non-medical user for the past decade so trust me IT HURTS!

by from atlanta, ga
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 person found this review helpful
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Pros:
Sturdy. Easy Storage. Lightweight. Safe.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

This is one of the sturdiest and easiest Caths to use. I never use the full 30 cc and yet it works great every time. No leaks and fits comfortably.

by from Arcadia, CA
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
5 person found this review helpful
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KENGUARD Silicone-Coated Foley Catheter - 30cc - 2-Way
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I am highly allergic to latex. Is the silicone coating on this catheter going to protect me from the latex? It is suprapubic, not urethal.
Asked on Aug 24, 2015 11:12:38 PM by Becca from Colorado
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Having a hard time getting dainage from the blatter to the leg bag.30cc catheter in place and getting presure build up and litthe drainage.
Asked on Aug 30, 2013 11:45:51 PM by Big Jim from Denver Co 80229
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Unless you have a HUGE bladder you really only need to insert 10 ccs. of the fluid. My bladder would explode if I put all 30ccs. in! As long as the balloon, usually at 10-13ccs.stays in if you give it a little tug at about 10 cc. in your bladder, your bladder has sufficient fluid to keep the catheter intact for days. I'm an R.N., have been for 30 yrs. I know catheters. Try 10 - 13 ccs., give a tug, and I can just about guarantee it's stability. Good luck!
Answered on Jan 27, 2014 6:37:24 PM by Cindy  from VA
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After inserting the catheter I always use an irrigation syringe with steril water to make sure it's passage is clear of lubricant and that the water is able to flow in and back out freely on its own, also to make sure the catheter isn't defective on its inside. As tated by the RN who answered before me, I only use 10 cc to inflate the balloon. I'm 32 years a Quadriplegic with catheter experience!
Answered on Feb 10, 2014 9:38:21 PM by Zack3082  from New York
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Part Number(s): 094 0557 04, 094 0557 05, 094 0557 06, 094 0557 08, 094 0557 09, 094 0560, 094 0557 11, 094 0558, 094 0557 12, 094 0557 13, 094 0559

Mfg Part Number(s): 3601, 3607, 36181924, 36191926, 3631, 3611, 3614, 3623

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 0557 04, 094 0557 05, 094 0557 09, 094 0557 11, 094 0557 13, 094 0557 06, 094 0557 08, 094 0557 12, 094 0560, 094 0558, 094 0559


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