Bard Bardia Closed System Foley Tray
Bard Bardia Closed System Foley Tray

Bard Bardia Closed System Foley Tray

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC
  • Prescription required
  • FSA Approved

Bard Bardia Closed System Foley Tray contains silicone-elastomer coated latex foley catheter with 5cc balloon, pre-connected to a 2000ml urine drainage bag, waterproof underpad, fenestrated drape, 3 povidone iodine swabsticks, pre-filled 10cc inflation syringe, 5gm lubricating jelly, 2 latex-free exam gloves and a specimen container with label. This is a single-use and sterile CSR-wrap covered tray.

Note: Prescription can be emailed or faxed to 1.203.616.2851. To email please: Click Here

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
802016 With 16FR Catheter Each $0.18
802016 With 16FR Catheter 10/Case $1.68
802018 With 18FR Catheter Each $0.18
802018 With 18FR Catheter 10/Case $1.68

How To Use Bard Bardia Foley Catheter?

Bardia Foley 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

Bardia Foley Catheter Deflation

  • 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

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

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I am not sure what it means by a closed system foley...can you change the drainage bag to another night drainage bag or to a leg drainage bag?   I am not seeing a luer slip syringe to deflate the catheter I need to purchase that seperate?  My primary said he would have his nurse change my foley every month so I wouldn't have to drive 200 miles round trip to go to my urologist to do the cath change as long as I brought the supplies.
Chris - 9/22/2016 6:51:16 PM
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Thank you for contacting customer care service. 
A closed urinary drainage system consists of a catheter inserted into the urinary bladder and connected via tubing to a drainage bag. The catheter is retained in the bladder by an inflated balloon. 
 The drainage of urine is totally dependent on gravity. Therefore, tubing and the drainage bag, to collect urine, must always be below the level of the bladder.
Luer slip Syringe comes with the product, you do not have to buy it separately.
Customer Care - 9/23/2016 6:31:34 AM
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