Medline Pediatric Two-Way 100% Silicone Foley Catheter - Straight Tip

Medline Pediatric Two-Way 100% Silicone Foley Catheter - Straight Tip

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

This product is on backorder and will be available to purchase once it is back in stock.

Medline Pediatric Two-Way 100% Silicone Straight Tip Foley Catheter has large, smooth eyes for maximum comfort and drainage. It is pliable catheter with a firm tip that eases insertion. Silicone Foley Catheter is radiopaque for easy visualization of clots, mucous and urine flow during scans.

Item # Desc Pkg Price
DYND11552 6FR, With 1.5cc Balloon 10/Case
DYND11553H 8FR, With 3cc Balloon Each
DYND11553 8FR, With 3cc Balloon 10/Case
DYND11554 10FR, With 3cc Balloon 10/Case

Pediatric 100% Silicone Foley Catheters Features

  • Maximizes patient safety and comfort
  • Completely inert for less tissue irritation and encrustation during extended periods of indwelling use
  • Easy insertion and less buckling with the bullet-shaped tip
  • Larger inner lumen for better drainage
  • Radiopaque for easy visualization during scans
  • Symmetrical balloon shape for improved reliability
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Patient Guide

Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infection Causes:


  • It occur when bacteria gets into your bladder or kidneys, causing symptoms such as painful urination, more frequent urination, lower abdominal pain or pressure, blood in your urine, or fever
  • 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

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 your hands with soap and water or alcohol- based hand cleanser before and after catheter insertion
  • Empty your bladder at least once every six hours
  • Drink enough fluids to keep the urine volume between 300-400 ml (about 1-1/2 cups) at each catheterization
  • Avoid bubble baths
    - If you develop a fever (temperature over 100 degrees F) and have other symptoms of a urinary tract infection, contact your healthcare provider. Be prepared with information such as your temperature, current symptoms, whether you have any allergies to antibiotics, and which antibiotics have worked well in the past


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