Bard StatLock Foley Stabilization Device - Adult

Bard StatLock Foley Stabilization Device - Adult

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC
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  • Latex Free

Bard Statlock Catheter Stabilization Device is a unique swivel retainer that not only enhances comfort but also offers an increased level of confidence. This device effectively secures the catheter, preventing it from slipping in and out accidentally, and its swivel design allows the catheter to move naturally with the patient without exerting any force on the catheter itself. StatLock comes in both adult and pediatric sizes, making it compatible with a wide range of latex and silicone catheters. It provides a firm and secure lock for the catheter and can be easily released when needed.

Features of Statlock Catheter Stabilization Device

  • Eliminates Straps
  • Allows Catheter to Rotate
  • Lasts up to 7 days
  • Protects against catheter crimping
  • Eliminates shearing of the skin
  • Moisture Resistant

Item # Desc Pkg Price
FOL0100 Foam Anchor Pad w/ Perspiration Holes, For Silicone Catheters Each
FOL0100 Foam Anchor Pad w/ Perspiration Holes, For Silicone Catheters 5/Pack
FOL0100 Foam Anchor Pad w/ Perspiration Holes, For Silicone Catheters 25/Pack
FOL0101 Foam Anchor Pad w/ Perspiration Holes, For Latex Catheters Each
FOL0101 Foam Anchor Pad w/ Perspiration Holes, For Latex Catheters 25/Pack
FOL0102 Tricot Anchor Pad, For Latex and Silicone Catheters Each
FOL0102 Tricot Anchor Pad, For Latex and Silicone Catheters 5/Pack
FOL0102 Tricot Anchor Pad, For Latex and Silicone Catheters 25/Pack
FOL0105 Tricot Anchor Pad, For 3-Way Foley Catheters Each
FOL0105 Tricot Anchor Pad, For 3-Way Foley Catheters 25/Pack

Benefits of Statlock Catheter Stabilization Device

Anchor Pad Design of Statlock Foley Catheter

  • Foley stabilization device is available in breathable latex-free tricot fabric for added patient comfort
  • Easier to use than tape or circumferential leg straps
  • Alcohol-soluble adhesive is skin-friendly

StatLock Device Retainer Design

  • Lock-tight design of foley catheter statlock provides stability to prevent pistoning and accidental dislodgement
  • Swivel design of statlock foley stabilization device allows catheter movement with the patient without exerting a pull force on the catheter 
  • Releasable design provides for convenient cleaning of patient 
  • Accommodates both 2-way and 3-way latex 8-22 Fr. and silicone 6-26 Fr. catheters for the ultimate in versatility
  • Statlock catheter stabilization device helps improve quality of care, clinical outcomes and economic efficiencies
  • Foley catheters are prone to inadvertent pulling or tugging that can expose the user to a great deal of discomfort. StatLock Stabilization Device fixes this discomfort


How To Apply StatLock Foley Stabilization Device?

How to Apply StatLock? Place Foley catheter into retainer. Directional arrow should point towards catheter tip, and the balloon inflation arm should be next to the clamp hinge.
How to Apply StatLock? Close lid by placing fingers under the pad and pressing the grip markers at the end of the clamp with thumb, being careful to avoid pinching the catheter.
How to Apply StatLock? Identify proper securement site by gently laying it 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 StatLock Stabilization Device off to the side, away from the selected securement site.
How to Apply StatLock?

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 (10-15 seconds).

How to Apply StatLock? Using permanent marker, write initials and date of application on StatLock device anchor pad.
How to Apply StatLock? Align the StatLock Stabilization Device over securement site leaving one inch of catheter slack between insertion site and the StatLock device retainer.* Make sure leg is fully extended.
How to Apply StatLock? 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.


How To Remove Statlock Foley Catheter?

Directions for removing StatLock Stabilization Devices


1. Open retainer by pressing release button with thumb, then gently lift to open.

How to remove Foley Catheter StatLock?


2. Remove Foley catheter

Removal Instructions of Bard StatLock


3. Wipe the edge of the pad using at least 5-6 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.



Frequently Bought Together


When to use Foley Stabilization Device?

  • Mobility Issues
  • Incontinence
  • Paralysis or physical injuries
  • Enlarged prostate thus stopping urine flow
  • Acute urinary retention
  • Ureterectomy
  • Hysterectomy


How to maintain the Statlock Catheter Securement Device?

  • The catheter stabilization device must be changed at-least once every 7 days  and should be assessed every day.
  • If stabilizer pad becomes soiled, wash with soap and water, saline or hydrogen peroxide.
  • Remember not to use alcohol or prepackaged bathing systems as they can lead to early lifting.
  • If showering or bathing, cover the StatLock stabilizing device 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.


Not to be used by people with:

  • Known tape or adhesive allergies.
  • Known sensitivity to benzoin. (Zinc Oxide PICC Neonatal Universal)
  • Do not use alcohol or acetone containing products on pre-term infants


Care Instructions 

  • Do not use StatLock Foley Stabilization Device in following cases:
    • In places where loss of adherence could occur
    • If access device is unattended
    • Diaphoretic or non-adherent skin
    • When the access device is not monitored daily
  • Avoid with confused patients, unattended devices, diaphoretic skin, or if not monitored daily.
  • Follow infection control during application and removal.
  • Suture pad if necessary.
  • Avoid alcohol/acetone to prevent weakening adherence.
  • No catheter manipulation during application/removal.
  • Remove oil/moisturizer before application.
  • Routinely check pad adherence and catheter position.
  • Orient arrows towards catheter tip.
  • Use Luer-lock connector for catheters.
  • Apply adhesive strip near insertion site.
  • Single-use only; reuse risks patient harm.
  • Do not re-sterilize; sterility is not guaranteed.


FAQs About Catheter Stabilization Device

Can I wear the StatLock Foley Stabilization Device when I wash?

The pad is made of tricot polyester and is moisture-resistant. If you are having a quick shower, then the Device should dry very quickly after - however, for prolonged showers and baths, it is recommended that you cover the Device with a plastic wrap (e.g., cling film or waterproof dressing).

When do I need to change my Statlock Catheter Securement Device?

You can wear your Statlock Catheter Securement Device for up to seven days, after which it needs to be replaced with a new device. You should regularly change the site on the leg or abdomen where the device is placed to prevent skin irritation.

Do I need to shave my leg?

There is no need to shave the area where you are placing the StatLock Foley Stabilization Device. Where necessary, you can clip the hair shorter and lay it down in the direction it grows using both the skin protectant pads. Proper skin protectant use often prevents the need for trimming unless hair growth is excessive.

Is the StatLock Foley Stabilization Device appropriate for all patients?

The device is appropriate for the majority of patients. The StatLock Foley Stabilization Device has similar properties to other adhesive products. Common situations in which to avoid adhesive placement include severe edema, ascites, burns, open wounds, sloughing skin, etc. The device should never be placed on patients with a known tape or adhesive allergy.

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