Bard Touchless Plus Unisex Red Rubber Intermittent Catheter Kit
Bard Touchless Plus Unisex Red Rubber Intermittent Catheter Kit

Bard Touchless Plus Unisex Red Rubber Intermittent Catheter Kit

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC
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Bard Touchless Plus Unisex Intermittent Red Rubber Catheter Kit is a closed system kit, which is designed for sterile intermittent catheterization. It provides with a pre-lubricated catheter that reduces the discomfort during insertion. Unique closed system of Bard Touchless Plus helps to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections and cross-contamination. Touchless Plus offers patient and caregiver an increased level of control and convenience.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
4A5042 12FR, Straight Tip Each $0.03
$6.50
$3.49
4A5042 12FR, Straight Tip 50/Case $1.55
$225.60
$154.99
4A5044 14FR, Straight Tip Each $0.03
$6.50
$3.49
4A5044 14FR, Straight Tip 50/Case $1.55
$225.60
$154.99
4A7044 14FR, Coude Tip Each $0.03
$6.50
$3.49
4A7044 14FR, Coude Tip 50/Case $1.55
$225.60
$154.99

Bard Touchless Plus Red Rubber Catheter Kit

Contents:

- (1) Red Rubber Catheter
- (3) PVI swabs
- (1 Pair) Latex-free gloves
- Underpad
- 1100cc collection chamber with built in drainage port

Product Highlights:

Bard Touchless Plus Unisex Intermittent Red Rubber Catheter Kit  1. Insertion tip positions the catheter in the urethra, bypassing the meatus to help reduce urinary tract infections
2. Patented catheter guide allows control of catheter insertion with the touch of a finger
3. Tapered neck design helps in decreasing cuts and scrapes associated with sharp corners
4. Catheter cap has pull ring for easy removal
5. Pre-lubricated catheter reduces discomfort during insertion
6. Collection bag is durable and virtually eliminates the risk of leaks

Key Benefits:

  • Enhances convenience and usage
  • Easy to insert, easy to use, easy to remove
  • Catheter cap has pull ring, especially for people with limited dexterity
  • Latex-free
  • Single-use
  • Sterile
  • Latex-free

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Male Catheterization With the Bard Touchless Plus Catheter:

  1. With one hand, squeeze tabs to keep the insertion tip in place as you use the pull ring to remove cap. Save cap to close the bag.
  2. Slide the pre-lubricated catheter halfway into the insertion tip. You can do this through the bag so your hands do not touch the catheter.
  3. Clean the opening to the urethra and the surrounding area with the provided povidone-iodine swabs
  4. Holding the penis on the sides, advance the insertion tip into the urethra no further than the base of the insertion tip.
  5. Your catheter has a control guide to help stabilize the catheter in the urethra. Grab the guide through the bag with your non-dominant hand. Use your dominant hand to grasp the catheter tube through the bag.
  6. Push the catheter into the urethra. Use a short, repetitive pushing motion. Continue to insert the catheter until it reaches the bladder and urine starts to flow.
  7. Allow urine to flow freely until bladder is empty or bag is filled. Make certain the control guide is elevated at least four inches above lower portion of the bag.
    Precaution – it is recommended that you hold the collection bag, as the weight of the urine could cause the catheter to separate from the collection bag.
  8. Withdraw the catheter from the urethra, stopping about three times to let any remaining urine drain. Pinch the end of the catheter prior to pulling it out to keep urine from spilling out of the catheter.
  9. Remove the rest of the catheter from the collection bag by pulling it through the insertion tip.
    Note – the catheter is designed to pass through the insertion tip.
  10. Close the filled collection bag by replacing the cap over the insertion tip. Make sure the cap snaps on securely.
  11. When ready, you can remove the insertion tip to empty the bag. Dispose of the empty bag and packaging in a waste recepticle. Wash your hands with soap and water.


Female Catheterization With the Bard Touchless Plus Catheter:

  1. With one hand, squeeze tabs to keep the insertion tip in place as you use the pull ring to remove cap. Save cap to close the bag.
  2. Slide the pre-lubricated catheter halfway into the insertion tip. You can do this through the bag so your hands do not touch the catheter.
  3. Clean the opening to the urethra and surrounding area by holding the outer labia apart and cleaning with the provided povidone-iodine swabs. Wipe the urethra opening to the bladder, from front to back to avoid fecal contamination.
  4. Spread the inner labia and advance the insertion tip into the urethra no further than the base of the insertion tip. Release the inner labia.
  5. Your catheter has a control guide to help stabilize the catheter in the urethra. Grasp that through the bag with your non-dominant hand. Use your dominant hand to grasp the catheter tube through the bag.
  6. Push the catheter into the urethra, aiming upwards towards the navel. Use a short, repetitive pushing motion. Continue to insert the catheter until it reaches the bladder and urine starts to flow.
  7. Allow urine to flow freely until bladder is empty or bag is filled. Make certain the control guide is elevated at least four inches above lower portion of the bag.
    Precaution – it is recommended that you hold the collection bag, as the weight of the urine could cause the catheter to separate from the collection bag.
  8. Withdraw the catheter from the urethra, stopping about three times to let any remaining urine drain. Pinch the end of the catheter prior to pulling it out to keep urine from spilling out of the catheter.
  9. Remove the rest of the catheter from the collection bag by pulling it through the insertion tip.
    Note – the catheter is designed to pass through the insertion tip.
  10. Close the filled collection bag by replacing the cap over the insertion tip. Make sure the cap snaps on securely.
  11. When ready, you can remove the insertion tip to empty the bag. Dispose of the empty bag and packaging in a waste recepticle. Wash your hands with soap and water.

Specification

Catheter Tip

Coude Tip

Catheter MaterialRed Rubber
GenderUnisex
Catheter CoatingHydrophilic
Catheter StyleCoated Catheters

Catheter French Size

12FR,14FR

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Questions & Answers


 
 
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How would a female use this catheter?
Patricia - 8/12/2014 12:25:03 AM
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  • With one hand, squeeze tabs to keep the insertion tip in place as you use the pull ring to remove cap. Save cap to close the bag.
  • Slide the pre-lubricated catheter halfway into the insertion tip. You can do this through the bag so your hands do not touch the catheter.
  • Clean the opening to the urethra and surrounding area by holding the outer labia apart and cleaning with the provided povidone-iodine swabs. Wipe the urethra opening to the bladder, from front to back to avoid fecal contamination.
  • Spread the inner labia and advance the insertion tip into the urethra no further than the base of the
  • Insertion tip. Release the inner labia.
  • Your catheter has a control guide to help stabilize the catheter in the urethra. Grasp that through the bag with your non-dominant hand. Use your dominant hand to grasp the catheter tube through the bag.
  • Push the catheter into the urethra, aiming upwards towards the navel. Use a short, repetitive pushing motion. Continue to insert the catheter until it reaches the bladder and urine starts to flow.
  • Allow urine to flow freely until bladder is empty or bag is filled. Make certain the control guide is elevated at least four inches above lower portion of the bag.
  • Withdraw the catheter from the urethra, stopping about three times to let any remaining urine drain. Pinch the end of the catheter prior to pulling it out to keep urine from spilling out of the catheter.
  • Remove the rest of the catheter from the collection bag by pulling it through the insertion tip.
  • Close the filled collection bag by replacing the cap over the insertion tip. Make sure the cap snaps on securely.
  • When ready, you can remove the insertion tip to empty the bag. Dispose of the empty bag and packaging in a waste recepticle. Wash your hands with soap and water.
Customer Care - 8/12/2014 11:58:44 PM
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How does a male use this catheter?
Louis - 8/5/2014 12:40:51 AM
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  • With one hand, squeeze tabs to keep the insertion tip in place as you use the pull ring to remove cap. Save cap to close the bag.
  • Slide the pre-lubricated catheter halfway into the insertion tip. You can do this through the bag so your hands do not touch the catheter.
  • Clean the opening to the urethra and the surrounding area with the provided povidone-iodine swabs.
  • Holding the penis on the sides, advance the insertion tip into the urethra no further than the base of the insertion tip.
  • Your catheter has a control guide to help stabilize the catheter in the urethra. Grab the guide through the bag with your non-dominant hand. Use your dominant hand to grasp the catheter tube through the bag.
  • Push the catheter into the urethra. Use a short, repetitive pushing motion. Continue to insert the catheter until it reaches the bladder and urine starts to flow.
  • Allow urine to flow freely until bladder is empty or bag is filled. Make certain the control guide is elevated at least four inches above lower portion of the bag.
  • Withdraw the catheter from the urethra, stopping about three times to let any remaining urine drain. Pinch the end of the catheter prior to pulling it out to keep urine from spilling out of the catheter.
  • Remove the rest of the catheter from the collection bag by pulling it through the insertion tip.
  • Close the filled collection bag by replacing the cap over the insertion tip. Make sure the cap snaps on securely.
  • When ready, you can remove the insertion tip to empty the bag. Dispose of the empty bag and packaging in a waste recepticle. Wash your hands with soap and water.
Customer Care - 8/7/2014 12:14:06 AM
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What are the benefits of using this catheter?
Justin - 7/21/2014 1:25:25 AM
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The Bard Touchless Plus Intermittent Catheter system has what is known as a “closed system” designed to help reduce the risk of urinary tract infections. Among the features that you’ll find helpful are: 
  • Insertion tip correctly positions the catheter in the urethra to help reduce UTIs.
  • Catheter control guide allows control of catheter insertion with the touch of a finger.
  • Tapered neck design decreases cuts and scrapes associated with sharp corners.
  • Catheter cap has pull ring for easy removal – especially for people with limited dexterity.
  • Pre-lubricated catheter reduces discomfort during insertion.
  • Large 1100cc collection bag is durable, virtually eliminating the risk of leaks.
Customer Care - 7/21/2014 8:38:44 AM
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