Red Rubber Catheter, Sterile
Red Rubber Catheter are medical devices that are inserted into a patient's body in order to allow urine to flow out of the bladder. They are often used to treat urinary incontinence in both men and women. Red Rubber Catheter are made of rubber and have a red coloring, which is why they are sometimes referred to as "red rubber catheters." They work by forming a seal around the opening of the bladder, which prevents urine from leaking out. Red Rubber Catheter (Robinson catheter) is a flexible, sterile, and has a lubricious coating for easy insertion. This soft, red rubber catheter is only left in momentarily, unlike a standard foley catheter that can be left in for as long as a week. The red rubber intermittent catheter doesn't have a balloon end, only two eyelets that provide for higher drainage flow from the bladder.
Red Rubber Catheters are commonly used in the medical field as a urological device. They are commonly used as an indwelling catheter to allow urine to be drained from the bladder and catheterizing for medical procedures. The Red Rubber Catheter is typically a flexible tube with a guide wire which is inserted into the urethra and advanced into the bladder to allow passage of urine. The juice of the Red Rubber Catheter is generally a lubricant used to aid in the insertion of the catheter. When needing to monitor urine production, the Red Rubber Catheter is used to accurately measure and monitor the daily output of urine. The Red Rubber Catheter also prevents obstruction from UTI'ss, matel clots, and microorganisms which prevents any potentially serious damage to the urinary system. By using a Red Rubber Catheter, experienced professionals can easily monitor success or failure, in medical procedures and treatments associated with the urinary tract and bladder
The red rubber catheter doesn't need to attach to a leg or drainage bag, it can easily drain into a bedpan or toilet. Urethral Catheter in 10 fr, 12 fr, 14 fr, and 16 french sizes.