Surgilube Lubricating Jelly - Sterile - 4.25 oz tube

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Surgilube Lubricating Jelly - Sterile - 4.25 oz tube Reviews Summary
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25 reviews
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24 out of 25 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)
5-6 of 25 reviews
Price is too high

Pros:
Safe. does the job.
Cons:
inconsistant. 3 times the price of the .
Best Uses:
Self cathing.
Describe Yourself:
Self Cathing.

I tried this one tube for self cathing. The price is three time higher than Pro Advantage, and I liked Pro Advantage better. Sometimes when I squeezed the tube the lube that came out was runny.

by from Kansas
  No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
It works

Pros:
Safe. Sturdy.
Describe Yourself:
Athletic.

I use this in my recipe to make Giant bubbles to entertain my nieces and their friends.

by from LA
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
5-12 of 25 reviews
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Surgilube Lubricating Jelly - Sterile - 4.25 oz tube
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What are the ingredients? I have many allergies. Became allergic to Vaseline (only on mucous membranes-can use elsewhere) used in the anus and now to Vit E so looking for a lubricant as I get very irritated in the anal/rectal area and have a fissure. Beed a lub for BMs and KY has irritated but whatever the doctor used to feel inside did not burn and I think it was surgi lube.
Asked on Dec 12, 2015 1:33:26 PM by susie from MA
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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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Part Number(s): 094 1151, 094 1950

Mfg Part Number(s): 00281020536

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 1151, 094 1950


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