Bard All Silicone Foley Tray With 2000ml Drainage Bag and Anti-Reflux Chamber
Bard All Silicone Foley Tray With 2000ml Drainage Bag and Anti-Reflux Chamber

Bard All Silicone Foley Tray With 2000ml Drainage Bag and Anti-Reflux Chamber

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC

Bard All Silicone Drain Bag Foley Tray features a silicone foley catheter, pre-connected to a drainage bag. It includes the URO-PREP Tray which contains all materials necessary for aseptic catheter insertion. Silicone drainage bag features tamper-evident seal which provides a clear indication of system opening, a key area of bacterial entrance to the urinary tract. Bag vent to assist in drainage and the unique domed design of the anti-reflux chamber prevents urine reflux from the urine drain bag back into the drainage tube.

All Silicone Drain Bag Foley Tray includes:

  • Drape 
  • Underpad 
  • Powder-free and latex-free exam gloves 
  • Forceps 
  • Rayon balls 
  • Pre-filled inflation syringe 
  • 5gm Lubricant packet 
  • Povidone-iodine solution 
  • Specimen container and label

Item #DescPkgPrice 
897214 With 14FR Catheter Each $23.60 $11.99
897214 With 14FR Catheter 10/Case $175.55 $105.99
897216 With 16FR Catheter Each $23.60 $11.99
897216 With 16FR Catheter 10/Case $175.55 $105.99
897218 With 18FR Catheter Each $23.60 $11.99
897218 With 18FR Catheter 10/Case $175.55 $105.99

Bard All Silicone Foley Tray Benefits

  • Latex-free
  • Single use only
  • Foley catheter is engineered for patient comfort and safety
  • Smooth catheter tip to minimize irritation
  • Anti-reflux chamber of drainage bag provides an unimpeded drainage path to ensure the unobstructed evacuation of clots and debris
  • EZ-LOK sampling port eliminates the risk of needlestick injuries and allows for needle-free aspiration

More About Silicone Drainage Bag Foley Tray

Urine Drainage Bag Positioning:
  • Never allow tubing to loop or kink 
  • Position the drainage bag at the foot of the bed 
  • Hold spine and lift meter to facilitate emptying
Points to Remember:
  • Always keep the drainage bag lower than the catheter and the patients bladder 
  • When the patient is being transported on a gurney - When the patient ambulates 
  • When the patient is using a wheelchair
    Otherwise, it can slow emptying of the bladder, causing patient discomfort and potentially increasing the risk of contamination system
EZ-Lok Guidelines for Drainage:
  • Occlude drainage tubing a minimum of 3" below the sampling port by kinking the tubing until urine is visible under the access site 
  • Swab surface of Bard EZ-Lok Sampling Port with antiseptic wipe 
  • Using aseptic technique, position the syringe in the center of the sampling port. The syringe should be held perpendicular to the surface of the sampling port (at approximately 80o-100o angle), press the syringe firmly and twist gently to access the sampling port 
  • Slowly aspirate urine sample into syringe and remove from sample port
  • Unkink tubing and transfer urine specimen into specimen cup, discard syringe according to hospital protocol 
  • Follow established hospital protocol for specimen labeling and transport to lab
Inflation/Deflation Guidelines:
  • Proper Catheter Inflation:
    Ensure that the Bard Foley catheter balloon is positioned well within the patients bladder.
    - Slowly, with a gentle, constant force, inflate the Bard Foley catheter balloon with the volume prescribed on the package. Note that a 5cc balloon must be inflated with between 9cc and 10cc of sterile water.
    - Improperly inflated Bard Foley catheter balloons may cause drainage and deflation difficulties.

  • Catheter Deflation:
    Select a luer slip syringe
    - Slide the plunger of the syringe up and down the barrel of the syringe several times to "loosen it up"
    - Compress the plunger all the way and then pull back the plunger slightly so that it does not adhere to the front of the syringe barrel
    - Gently insert syringe in the catheter valve
    - Do not use more force than is required to make the syringe "stick" in the valve
    - Allow the pressure within the balloon to force the plunger back and fill the syringe with water
    - If you notice slow or no deflation, re-seat the syringe gently, once again, allow the balloon to deflate slowly on its own
    - If the balloon does not deflate, reposition the patient
    - Ensure that the catheter is not in traction - the proximal end of the catheter is not compressed within the bladder neck
    - Ensure that urine flows freely
    - Attempt to deflate the balloon by using the pressure in the balloon to force water into the syringe
    - If the balloon still fails to deflate, apply very gentle, slow aspiration, aspiration that is too rapid or too forceful, may cause the inflation lumen within the Foley catheter to collapse
    - If permitted by hospital protocol, the valve arm may be severed
    - If this fails, contact an adequately trained professional for assistance, as directed by hospital protocol

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