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Urinary Catheter Extension Tubes

Catheter tubes are used to connect a foley, intermittent, or external catheter to the urine collection bag; and extension tubing can make daytime activity and sleep movement more comfortable. Most extension tubing is latex-free and made from durable vinyl. carries industry-leading brands like Bard, Coloplast, Mckesson, and more at the best prices guaranteed. For peace of mind and further savings, set up routine shipping with our convenient Allegro Autoship program.

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    Reliamed Extension Tube for Leg Bags and Urinary Drainage Bags Reliamed Extension Tube for Leg Bags and Urinary Drainage Bags
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    24 Extension Tube for Intermittent Catheters 24" Extension Tube for Intermittent Catheters
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    URI-DRAIN Catheter Extension Tubing with Latex Connector, 8.5mm x 18 URI-DRAIN Catheter Extension Tubing with Latex Connector, 8.5mm x 18"
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    Extension Tubes - 18 - Latex Extension Tubes - 18" - Latex
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    Latex-Free Extension Tubing with Connector - Non-Sterile Latex-Free Extension Tubing with Connector - Non-Sterile
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    Clear-Vinyl Extension Tubing - 18 - Tubing W/Cnctr 18in Clear Viny Clear-Vinyl Extension Tubing - 18" - Tubing W/Cnctr 18in Clear Viny
    $6.84 Special Price $6.16
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    Hygenic Bulk Latex Rubber Tubing 1/4 I.D. x 3/8 O.D., 1/16 Wall, 50 ft. roll - Each Hygenic Bulk Latex Rubber Tubing 1/4" I.D. x 3/8" O.D., 1/16" Wall, 50 ft. roll - Each
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    Cure Medical® 29Extension Tube - Each Cure Medical® 29" Extension Tube - Each
    $1.76 Special Price $1.58
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    Clear-Vinyl Drainage Tubing - 60- Each Clear-Vinyl Drainage Tubing - 60" - Each
    $14.55 Special Price $13.10
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    White Rubber Drainage Tubing -5/16 x 10ft - Each White Rubber Drainage Tubing - 5/16" x 10ft - Each
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How do I clean a Foley catheter tube?

To clean a Foley catheter tube, you will need to push a saline solution to rinse it out. You can use an Adhesive Foley Catheter Anchoring Device to help you hold the tubes in place while you flush the Foley catheter. Start by washing your hands with warm, soapy water and following up with an antiseptic wipe. Then you can sterilize the materials you need. Take a sterile syringe out of the package and fill it with about 30mL of saline solution. You will need to push this solution through in order to irrigate the tubes. Gently push the fluid through. If you encounter any resistance, gently pull the syringe back and try again. Be careful not to force during this process.

Can a Foley catheter tube be looped?

A Foley Catheter can be looped when connecting the drainage tubing to the Foley. However, it is best to avoid looping if possible. Looping the Foley catheter may interfere with the catheter’s ability to withdraw urine by creating too much back-pressure on the bladder. Instead, it is best not to loop the tubing. The loop is usually caused by excess drainage and can actually increase the amount of urine retained by the bladder. To try to avoid the looping issue, secure your tubing in place securely with an anchoring device or with a leg strap. Remember to hold the tube in place without restricting it or causing a buildup of pressure. If it is not possible to avoid the dependent loop, you must drain the collection bag frequently to prevent this unwanted back-pressure on the bladder system.

How do I secure catheter tubing?

To secure catheter tubing, you may use an Adhesive Foley Catheter Anchoring Device to help. This will secure the catheter in place so it doesn’t move around. You may also want to consider a Reliamed Extension Tube for Leg Bags, which can be used to anchor the catheter system more securely. When securing the catheter in place, be sure to leave some room for movement. If the catheter system is too tightly restrained, it may actually put pressure on your bladder or your urethra. It can also create enough pressure to stop the catheter from withdrawing urine if the system is too tightly secured.

How often should I clean a catheter tube?

To clean latex rubber tubing or another catheter tubing, pinch the catheter and remove the tubing. Connect another one or an alternate solution for collecting urine while you clean the catheter. The catheter tube should be cleaned once per day with hot, soapy water. When you have thoroughly washed the tubing, you should then disinfect the ends of the tube with antiseptic wipes. Be careful not to contaminate the ends before reattaching them. Then you can reattach the tube and remove the catheter system’s clamp. Never touch any part of the catheter without sterilizing your hands first. Lack of sterility can lead to infections of the bladder, blood, urinary tract, or even the kidneys.

How do I connect tubing to a catheter?

To connect the catheter tubing, you will need a catheter connector. Start by washing your hands and sterilizing your materials. Next, you will need to detach the tube from the catheter where you intend to place the catheter connector. Use antiseptic wipes or alcohol pads to sterilize the end of the tube, both ends of the connector, and the end of the catheter opening it will be connected to. Once everything is sterile, twist the catheter connectors into place and use your catheter as needed. Verify the connector is securely in place by checking for leaks around the connector. If you spot a leak, remove the connector while clamping the catheter, remove the connector, sterilize again, and reconnect.

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