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Insertion / Irrigation Trays are user friendly systems that provide all the components necessary for medical procedures of catheter insertion and irrigation. Just by opening a single packaged tray you will have all the items you need on your fingertips. We at HPFY intend to make procedures simple and effective by bringing to you high quality products from top manufacturers like Bard, Covidien, Medline Industries, Amsino International and many more, at your doorstep.

What does an Insertion or Irrigation Tray include?

A standard catheter insertion tray may contain the following items:


A standard irrigation tray may contain the following items:



Catheter Insertion Kits

Catheter insertion kits or trays are a collection of equipment used to successfully perform urinary catheterization. These kits include a catheter with a urine collection bag, gloves, and antiseptic skin wipes facilitating safe and sanitary catheter insertion. If any special type of catheter is required, we also carry a wide range of urinary catheters (External, intermittent or foley catheters) with or without collection bags.

 

Also available are Foley Catheter Trays, like Bard Urethral Catheterization Tray with syringe, Bard Bardia Complete Foley Insertion Kit with Catheter and many more that make urinary catheterization easy since all the needed supplies are contained in one convenient, sterile compact container. A typical foley catheter kit encompasses gloves, swab sticks, underpad, and pre-filled syringes.

Catheter Irrigation Kits

Saline Flush and Irrigation Kits are used to provide an effective method of irrigating the urinary bladder, or as a sterile rinsing solution in medical like wound irrigation, cleansing or flushing a catheter and many other applications. 

 

HPFY offers sterile saline solutions, irrigation bulbs, syringes and complete irrigation kits like the Medtronic Covidien Kendall Piston Syringe Irrigation Tray and many more for post-operative irrigation or aspiration regimen. Irrigation syringes come in different types of which the most popular ones are piston syringe like the ReliaMed Flat Top Catheter Tip Irrigation Syringe, and the bulb type syringe like Amsino AMSure Bulb Irrigation Syringe.

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Catheter Types

Types of Catheters for Men: A Quick Tutorial

Kevin Cleary Mar 10,2015

The two main causes for the need of a catheter is the inability to completely empty ones bladder (urinary retention) and the emptying of the bladder at inappropriate times (incontinence). Many men have felt the stigma of a bladder that

Constipation

The 5 Best Enemas For Constipation

Tried everything but can’t seem to get relief from constipation? Say goodbye to discomfort and pain related to bowel irregularity today. Read about our 5 best enemas for constipation and find the right enema solution for quick relief and better

Infection Control

Avoiding Urinary Tract Infections (UTI’s)

Kevin Cleary Feb 20,2017

Anyone can experience a UTI, but those who have had an injury, surgery, or any other reason to use a catheter, indwelling or intermittent, have the additional possibility of contracting a catheter associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI). This can affect