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Alba Healthcare is a pioneer in providing preventive healthcare services. It focuses on proactive health management and coordinated care. They believe in team-based, patient-centered care, leading-edge screening, and diagnostics to deliver best-in-the-class healthcare medical needs for the patients. With some unique self-care products, they help patients and households achieve better health outcomes. 

Since 1975, Alba Health Care products include deep vein thrombosis prevention products; anti-embolism stockings; pulStar, a pulsatile anti-embolism system; dressings and dressing retainers; footwear; Care Sox, non-compression socks to accommodate patients suffering from edema brought on by diabetes or circulatory problems; and stockinette. Products like slip-resistant footwear and Alba Health Orthopedic Stockinette have made them market leaders. 

The Alba Health Care products line includes: 

Alba Health Care Steps - To meet footwear challenges, Alba Health offers an extensive line of slip-resistant safety footwear for acute care known as Alba Health Care Steps. The sole is designed to help reduce patient injuries, while the soft knitted construction enhances patient comfort and is a popular Alba Health product.  

Alba Health Care Sox - This all-cotton, seamless toe, non-compression Care Sox by Alba Health is oversized to accommodate patients suffering from Edema as a result of diabetes or circulatory problems. Natural cotton construction from the Care Sox provides exceptional comfort, easy care, and excellent absorbency.  

Alba Health Orthopedic Stockinette - These are available as non-sterile and sterile in a wide array of sizes and configurations to solve your orthopedic Stockinette challenges. 

Where can I buy Alba Heath Care Products online? 

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Frequently asked questions

A urinary catheter is a tube system placed in the body to drain and collect urine from the bladder. Two common medical problems where catheters are used are urinary incontinence and urinary retention.

  • Intermittent catheters
  • Indwelling (long term) or Foley catheters
  • The common catheter sizes are 14 FR (French), 16 FR, or 18 FR with a 5-cc balloon filled with 10 cc of sterile water.

    A catheter should be flexible in nature in order to adjust to the urethral contours. The material should be biocompatible, so that it does not cause allergic reactions, and also be temperature-resistant. The catheter you buy should be ready to use and one which does not require any 'handling' to avoid risk of infection. Different types of catheters are available on this site to suit different needs.

    A urinary catheter is a hollow, partially flexible tube which is inserted into the urinary bladder for draining urine from the bladder and out into a drainage bag. It is available in multiple sizes and types such as rubber, plastic and silicone.

    Catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI) occurs when germs enter the urinary tract as a result of a catheter. Risks associated with this can be minimized by making sure that catheters are used only when required and removed later. And for those who need to use an indwelling catheter, proper hygiene and care should be taken to ensure the catheter tubing and urinary bag are cleaned properly and replaced as specified. It is also essential to ensure that catheters when inserted are done in a sterile manner.

    Catheters may leak due to bladder spasms or if the catheter tubing is blocked disallowing flow of urine into the bag. Catheter leakage can also be because of infection, catheter encrustation or in the absence of elasticity of female urethra.

    It is recommended not to shower wearing a catheter. It is also not advisable to shower with the leg straps on as they take a lot of time to dry. Besides, wet straps can lead to skin problems.