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Medical Silicone Catheter

Medical Grade Silicone Catheters specialist

Our company was ISO13485 certified and has 100,000 class dust free clean room, can provide top quality medical 100% silicone foley catheters for our customer, include: 2-way/3-way/4-way silicone foley catheters, temperature sensor foley catheters, pets catheters, silicone medical balloons, cervical pipening balloon, postpartum hemostatic balloon, silicone stomach tubing, HSG catheter and so on.

All the Silicone Catheters have been certified by ISO10993, passed animal skin irritation test, skin sensitization test, pyrogenicity test, haemolysis test and MTT cytotoxiccity test.

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About our 100% silicone foley catheters

Our silicone Foley catheter is a type of indwelling urinary catheter that is entirely made of 100% silicone material, they are completely inert to minimize tissue irritation during extended periods of indwelling use. The catheters are often preferred in medical settings due to they offer numerous advantages, such as: latex-free, high biocompatibility, soft and flexible, transparent, chemical stability, temperature resistant, long-term use, etc.

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Key Features:

Pure Silicone Material & Latex-Free
Made entirely from 100% medical-grade silicone, ensuring high biocompatibility and reduced risk of allergic reactions, ideal for patients with latex allergies or sensitivities..

Soft and Flexible
The material is soft and flexible, so the silicone catheters can minimize patient discomfort and reduces the risk of urethral trauma.

Smooth Surface
Smooth surface can reduce friction during insertion and removal, decreasing the risk of urethral irritation and injury.

Transparent Color
Silicone foley catheters are typically transparent, allowing healthcare providers to monitor urine flow and detect any blockages or complications.

Chemical Inertness
Resistant to a wide range of chemicals and bodily fluids, maintaining integrity and performance over extended periods.

Long-Term Use
Suitable for long-term catheterization due to its resistance to encrustation and biofilm formation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Silicone catheters are used for urinary drainage and are often used for Foley and intermittent catheterization. They are made of biocompatible silicone, which reduces the risk of latex allergies and promotes patient comfort. Silicone catheters have larger drainage channels than latex catheters, which allows for a higher flow rate. They are also inert, which minimizes tissue irritation.

The 100% Silicone catheter is a urinary catheter made entirely out of silicone. They contain no latex, which makes them ideal for people with latex allergies or sensitivities.

100% Silicone catheters come in many different types and styles, including Foley, intermittent, and coude tip catheters.

100% Silicone catheters are prescribed for men and women with latex allergies or other sensitivities that prevent them from using latex catheters. In some cases, 100% silicone catheters may also be used for people who experience more pain or discomfort when inserting a catheter.

As we know, Silicone is a superior synthetic material known for its remarkable properties, making it an ideal choice for catheter production. Here are some key reasons why 100% silicone catheters stand out:

Biocompatibility: Silicone is biocompatible, meaning it is well-tolerated by the human body. This minimizes the risk of allergic reactions or discomfort often associated with other catheter materials.

Softness and Flexibility: 100% silicone catheters are incredibly soft and flexible, which enhances patient comfort during insertion and while the catheter is in place. This is especially important for long-term catheter users.

Low Friction: Silicone has a low coefficient of friction, reducing the likelihood of irritation, tissue damage, or discomfort during insertion and removal. This makes silicone catheters particularly gentle on delicate tissues.

Durability: Silicone catheters are known for their durability and resistance to degradation over time. They are less likely to kink, crack, or become brittle, which can be common issues with other catheter materials.

Infection Resistance: Silicone’s smooth surface is less likely to harbor bacteria, reducing the risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs) compared to catheters made from other materials.

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