Medline Two-Layer Add-A-Cath Foley Catheter Tray

Medline Two-Layer Add-A-Cath Foley Catheter Tray

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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  • Prescription required
  • Latex Free

Medline Two-Layer Add-A-Cath Foley Catheter Tray contains supplies that are needed to prepare catheter and patient for insertion. It allows clinicians to separately select the appropriate foley catheter according to patient needs. Add-a-Cath Trays contain a blunt cannula sample port. It is sterile and not made with natural rubber latex. Two-Layer Add-A-Cath Foley Catheter Tray reduces the chance of bacterial introduction and secures the Foley catheter to the drain bag tubing.


Item # Desc Pkg Price
DYND11090H 10ml Syringe Each

Medline Two-Layer Add-a-Cath Foley Catheter Tray Includes

  • Compartmentalized prep tray
  • Aloetouch 3G wrapped gloves not made with natural rubber latex
  • 3 pre-saturated PVP swabsticks
  • Moisture-proof underpad
  • Fenestrated drape
  • Lubricating jelly
  • Specimen container with label
  • CSR wrap
  • 2000 mL drain bag with anti-reflux tower
  • 10ml or 30ml sterile water syringe
  • Note: Comes without catheter
  • Patient Guide

About Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary Tract Infection Causes:


  • It occur when bacteria gets into the bladder or kidneys, causing symptoms such as painful urination, more frequent urination, lower abdominal pain or pressure, blood in the urine, or fever
  • Because the user empties the bladder by intermittent catheterization, it may be more likely than most people to get bacteria in the urinary tract.
  • When a catheter is passed through the urethra, it can pick up bacteria from the skin and push it into the bladder where it can grow and multiply, especially if the urine remains in the bladder for a prolonged amount of time (more than four to eight hours)

Preventive measures:

- Although it is very difficult to prevent all urinary tract infections, a large number can be avoided by practicing good preventive measures:



  • Hand hygiene remains the first and most important preventive measure. Be diligent about cleaning the hands with soap and water or alcohol - based hand cleanser before and after catheter insertion
  • Empty the bladder at least once every six hours
  • Drink enough fl uids to keep the urine volume between 300-400 ml (about 1-1/2 cups) at each catheterization
  • Avoid bubble baths


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