Bard StatLock Adult Foley Stabilization Device
Bard StatLock Adult Foley Stabilization Device

Bard StatLock Adult Foley Stabilization Device

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC
  • Latex Free

Bard StatLock Adult Foley Stabilization Device features lock-tight design which stabilizes catheter to prevent pistoning and accidental dislodgement, while the swivel design allows catheter movement with the patient without exerting a pull force on the catheter. Its releasable design allows for easy cleaning of patient.

Item #DescPkgPrice 
FOL0102 Tricot Anchor Pad, For Latex and Silicone Catheters Each $13.75 $5.56
FOL0102 Tricot Anchor Pad, For Latex and Silicone Catheters 25/Pack $200.60 $129.99
FOL0100 Foam Anchor Pad, Perspiration Holes, For Silicone Catheters Each $13.75 $5.56
FOL0100 Foam Anchor Pad, Perspiration Holes, For Silicone Catheters 25/Pack $196.99 $132.95
FOL0101 Foam Anchor Pad, Perspiration Holes, For Latex Catheters Each $14.60 $6.99
FOL0101 Foam Anchor Pad, Perspiration Holes, For Latex Catheters 25/Pack $205.60 $139.90


  • Bard StatLock Adult Foley Stabilization Device is available in breathable latex-free tricot fabric for added patient comfort
  • Designed to be easier to use than tape and circumferential leg straps
  • Compatible for medical tubes and catheters
  • Unique alcohol-soluble adhesive is gentle on the skin
  • Accommodates latex 8Fr to 22FR catheters or silicone 6FR to 26FR catheters for the ultimate in versatility
  • More effective alternative to tape in helping improve clinical outcomes, quality of care and economic efficiencies
  • Sets new, worldwide standard for Foley catheter stabilization
  • Features a patented swivel retainer for enhanced patient comfort and convenience
  • Releasable, lock-tight securement
  • Designed to:
    - Reduce Foley catheter movement
    - Minimize accidental catheter dislodgements
    - Maximizes patient comfort by:
    • Eliminating circumferential compression
    • Alleviating traction of urethral catheters
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More Information

  • Application Technique:
    - Place Foley catheter into retainer. Directional arrow should point towards catheter tip, and the balloon inflation arm should be next to the clamp hinge.
    - Close lid by placing your fingers under the pad and pressing the grip markers at the end of the clamp with your thumb, being careful to avoid pinching the catheter.
    - Identify proper securement site by gently laying the device straight on the front of the thigh, then back up one inch towards the insertion site. Make sure leg is fully extended. Gently place the device off to the side, away from the selected securement site.
    - Cleanse and degrease securement site with alcohol, or per hospital policy and procedure. Let skin dry. Be sure to clean area larger than securement site.
    - Apply skin protectant using both pads, in direction of hair growth, to area larger than securement site. Allow to dry completely (10 to 15 seconds).
    - Using permanent marker, write initials and date of application on device anchor pad.
    - Note: Always secure catheter into the StatLock Stabilization Device retainer before applying adhesive pad on skin.
    Place and Peel
    Align the device over securement site leaving one inch of catheter slack between insertion site and the device retainer. Make sure leg is fully extended.
    - While holding the retainer to keep the pad in place, peel away paper backing, one side at a time, and place tension-free on skin.
  • Daily Maintenance:
    - The device should be assessed daily and changed when clinically indicated, at least every seven days.
    - If pad becomes soiled, wash with soap or water, saline or hydrogen peroxide. Do not use alcohol or prepackaged bathing systems, which could lead to early lifting.
    - If showering or bathing, cover with plastic wrap or waterproof dressing.
    - Conduct skin assessment prior to application and repeat daily per facility protocol.
    - Use clinical judgment on the removal of the device if the patient experiences any fluid shifts that may interfere with skin integrity.
  • Removal Technique:
    - Open retainer by pressing release button with thumb, then gently lift to open
    - Remove Foley catheter.
    - Wipe the edge of the pad using at least 5 to 6 alcohol pads until a corner lifts
    - Then continue to stroke undersurface of pad in a back-and-forth motion by squeezing the alcohol out to dissolve the adhesive pad away from the skin
  • Contraindications:
    - Known tape or adhesive allergies. Known sensitivity to benzoin. (Zinc Oxide PICC Neonatal Universal)
  • Warnings and Precautions
    - Do not use the STATLOCK stabilization device where loss of adherence could occur, such as with a confused patient, unattended access device, diaphoretic or non-adherent skin, or when the access device is not monitored daily
    - Observe universal blood and body fluid precautions and infection control procedures, during the STATLOCK stabilization device application and removal
    - Suture the STATLOCKstabilization device pad to skin if necessary or deemed necessary
    - Avoid the STATLOCK stabilization device contact with alcohol or acetone, both can weaken bonding of components and the STATLOCK stabilization device pad adherence
    - Minimize catheter manipulation during STATLOCK stabilization device application and removal
    - Remove oil and moisturizer from targeted skin area
    - The STATLOCK stabilization device pad adherence and catheter/tube position should be routinely inspected
    - Orient the STATLOCK stabilization device so arrows point toward the catheter tip
    - The STATLOCK stabilization device should be replaced every 7 days
    - A STATLOCK stabilization device luer-lock connector must be used to secure venous and arterial catheters
    - Always apply the adhesive strip to central venous and arterial catheters at or near the insertion site when using a STATLOCK stabilization device
    - This is a single use device. Reuse/and or repackaging may create a risk of patient or user infection, compromise the structural integrity and/or essential material and design characteristics of the device, which may lead to device failure, and/or lead to injury, illness or death of the patent
    - Do not re-sterilize. The sterility of the single use device is not guaranteed following re-sterilization because of an indeterminable degree of potential pyrogenic or microbial contamination which may lead to infection complications. Re-sterilization may compromise the structural integrity, essential material and/or design characteristics and may lead to an unpredictable loss of functionality and/or device failure
    - Special Patient Population
    • Do not use alcohol or acetone containing products on pre-term infants

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

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how can i removed pediatric foley stabilization device
rosa engel - 12/14/2014 7:04:50 PM
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Can you use the Statlock Foley Stabilization device when pressure/tension is required in the catheter?
Nancy - 9/22/2015 5:24:46 AM
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Do you have sizes to fit a 26 size catheter?
Ed Neumann - 12/13/2015 3:13:38 PM
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Do I have to change a stat lock and how often
Maggie bekfi - 4/6/2016 1:32:39 PM
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