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One of the most common questions that tends to be asked when someone finds out that they need to start using an oxygen concentrator is whether they can bring those devices with them when they are traveling by air. Traveling with oxygen can be tricky, and they want to know if they might need to change the way that they travel because they have a need for oxygen. Fortunately, it should not be a problem in most cases.
In 2009, the United States Department of Transportation’s final rule “Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in Air Travel” went into effect. This ruling provides air carrier requirements when it comes to the use of respiratory assistive devices during air travel. The rule currently requires that air carriers that are offering service to passengers are required to allow someone who has a disability to use a portable oxygen concentrator that has been approved by the FAA for use in flight. This includes all flights that have a maximum capacity of more than 19 passengers. The only time that they do not have to abide by this rule is if the device does not meet the FAA requirements. It must also have a manufacturer’s label that shows that the device meets the requirements.
The goal was to have all of the portable oxygen concentrators to have labels on their devices by the time the rule was implemented. However, that has not happened, and many of the devices still do not carry the label. The FAA does have a list of the approved concentrators on their website, though, and if you plan to travel, this list should serve as a guideline on which of the concentrators you should consider. In addition, you can check with the manufacturer and ask them if they are FAA approved or not.
The following are FAA approved portable oxygen concentrators that could be a good solution for travelers out there.
Some of the FAA Approved Oxygen Concentrator Options
Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator
This is the first POC designed to weather everyday life including daily bumps and varying climates. Invacare incorporated innovated design elements for simplified maintenance and faster serviceability. Top load batteries can be hot-swapped. Rugged and small weighing only 4.98 lbs with a single battery without carrying case. It provides 5 hours of battery life @ pulse setting. Travelers feel safe with the Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator.
This is a pulse dose oxygen concentrator that is small and only weighs 4.4lbs with the internal battery. It provides 3.5 hours of battery life. This is a popular option among users who are active and who like to travel. It is easy to use and there is an additional battery belt that can be purchased that will provide an added six hours of use on the second setting.
This machine is a pulse dose concentrator that weighs a mere 2lbs with the micro batteries. It has 1.5 hours of battery life per battery, and it uses two batteries for a total of three hours. This is extraordinarily lightweight, which makes it a good solution for those who want to have a wearable solution that will not take up much room. It works well for those who are traveling long distance and who want to be as mobile as possible.
Inogen One G3
Here is one of the most popular options on the market today. This pulse dose option features a weight of just 4.9lbs with the 8-cell battery. On the second setting, this battery can last for up to four hours. It is a durable, small, and easy to carry device that makes it a winner with travelers in the United States and beyond. It is small enough to hold in one hand, so you will not need to have a rolling cart for it, as you would have to do with the old oxygen tanks.
These are just some of the POCs that have been approved by the FAA. There are other options that could work for you, but if you are buying without looking at the list on their site, you will want to make sure that you take the time to check with the manufacturer about their approval rating. In addition, if you are not certain, consider contacting your airline to ask them directly, and make sure that you have proof of their answer.
Additionally, when you are flying with one of the approved devices, you will want to consider the flight time and how long the batteries will last on the device. This will let you know how many batteries you will need and whether you might need to charge them at any point during the trip. Before you engage in air travel, make sure you have everything taken care of for your oxygen and that you have a machine that is approved and can last for your flight.
What is ‘Confitex’?
Confitex is a company who design incontinence underwear that is both functional and stylish, giving you the confidence to live life without holding back. It’s that simple – and that revolutionary!
The inspiration came when friends, Mark and Frantisek had an idea to manufacture high-performance ski suits after experiencing the common notion of ‘busting to go’ while high on a mountaintop. However, their horizons expanded when they learnt about how many people live with that reality whether they’re on a mountaintop or not – that reality being incontinence.
The research and figures around incontinence astounded them. One in three women and one in ten men will experience incontinence in their lifetime, and the more they investigated, the more frustrated they became with the limited options available.
With their combined knowledge and experience, the entrepreneurs created and patented a high performance textile which would form the foundation of their product plus meet the needs of people who wanted to do away with plastic based disposables, and Confitex was born – fashionable, comfortable, reusable incontinence underwear designed with confidence and freedom in mind.
How does Confitex work?
The secret to Confitex’s superior performance comes in the form of their patented three-layer technology. This central panel works to wick away moisture, absorb liquid and protect clothing with a unique waterproof outer layer made from a high-density weave. The absorbent middle layer can hold up to 350ml of liquid to suit a range of needs.
Confitex’s commitment to the environment not only makes their underwear a sustainable option, but also increases the breathability and comfort of their design – because less plastic is not only better for the planet, but better for you, too!
How will you save money with Confitex?
While disposable products may give the illusion of saving you a few dollars in the short run, Confitex undies are designed for durability. Their world-first technology means their underwear can be worn with confidence all day long and can be put straight in the washing machine ready to reuse for up to 200 washes – just like normal clothing! When you think about the cost of purchasing one pair of Confitex underwear versus 200 disposable pads or diapers – that’s a lot of money saved.
What is the Confitex difference?
Confitex marries performance technology with beautiful design. They have ranges for both men and women which look like normal underwear, are comfortable to wear and suitable for everyday use.
For men, they offer sleek boxer cuts in black or grey (which can feature a fly opening if preferred), and have sizes from S to 3XL.
For women, Confitex offers a variety of styles, from understated basics to feminine lacy briefs (selected styles available in black, beige and blue). Sizes range from an XS to a 3XL, and with options available for different absorbency needs, there really is something for everyone!
Confitex are excited to introduce you to their revolutionary products, and can’t wait to see you living life without holding back!
Allegro Medical has been a leading online provider of incontinence products including reusable underwear, disposable protective underwear (pull-ups), adult diapers, disposable and reusable underpads, and medical supplies for over 20 years. We are excited to introduce the Confitex line of high end reusable incontinence underwear to our customers.
September is National Preparedness Month. Our President encourages all Americans to take some time this month to prepare for emergencies that could affect us where we live, work, and also where we visit. Emergencies happen often without warning and it’s up to us as Americans to do our part to be as prepared as possible for emergencies. During President Obama’s Presidential Proclamation – National Preparedness Month, 2016, he stated, “Whether in the form of natural disasters like hurricanes and earthquakes, or unspeakable acts of evil like terrorism, danger can arise at unexpected times and places. Fortunately, there are many things that individuals, families, and communities can do to improve their readiness. I encourage all Americans to take proactive steps to prepare for any situation that may occur including signing up for local alerts, checking insurance coverage, documenting valuables, creating a plan for emergency communication and evacuation, and having a fully stocked disaster supply kit on hand.”
Allegro Medical has compiled a list of “must have” emergency supply kit items for older adults, and people with disabilities. For your convenience we compiled links to the emergency preparation products we recommend for your emergency supply kit below:
1. Battery Powered Weather Alert Radio
2. Fully Stocked First Aid Kit
3. Foldable Travel Cane and Reacher
4. Disposable Washcloth Wipes
5. No Rinse Personal Cleanser
6. Protective Underwear for Incontinence Product Users
7. Compact Intermittent Catheters for Catheter Users
8. Foley Catheter and Leg Bags for Indwelling Catheter Users
9. Adult Nutrition Beverages
10. Vinyl Powder Free Exam Gloves
Since 1997, AllegroMedical.com has been providing medical supplies and equipment to aging adults, caregivers and people with disabilities, rely on AllegroMedical.com for all of your product needs.
Family caregivers provide unpaid care services to their aging parents or critically ill parents. Caregiver duties are often full time and include medical care compliance monitoring, cleaning, cooking, hygiene care (bathing, toileting, and grooming), healthcare advocate services, errand running, and general activities of daily living (ADL). Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease often requires more assistance with ADL and behavioral health issues.
Including massage therapy to your elderly parents care routine is a non-invasive, pleasant regiment to help mitigate the symptoms of common age-related diseases and chronic ailments while improving quality of life. Massage therapy recipients may experience a decrease in pain, elevated energy and higher sense of well-being. Massage is a non-invasive and affordable intervention that can be easily taught to caregivers. If you are looking for a natural way to reduce agitation caused from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, try massage as an intervention, it may reduce caregiver stress as well.
Geriatric massage stimulates the nervous system and blood circulation in a natural way without the side effects of medications. In many situations, a weekly massage may reduce overall medication intake. Additionally, geriatric massage is know to assist with strengthening muscles weakened from disuse and patients are likely to experience reduction in pain and joint stiffness. Always consult with the patient’s physician before integrating an alternative therapy.
Since 1997, AllegroMedical.com has been providing medical supplies and equipment to caregivers. With the addition of our Massage Therapy and Chiropractic Supplies we are now bringing you massage therapy instructional DVDs, massage oil and lotions, and aromatherapy oils used by Therapists. If you need to purchase Massage Therapy Supplies, rely on AllegroMedical.com for all of your product needs.
News coverage of Olympic athletes like Michael Phelps, Dana Vollmer and Alex Naddour covered in purple spots has everyone asking questions. For instance, since when did Michael Phelps and Dana Vollmer begin training with a giant octopus? Are those purple round spots on their bodies caused from the suction cups of giant octopus tentacles?
What really is causing these spots and more importantly why do they do it?
Athletes often use alternative therapies such as the one causing all the spots, a.k.a. ancient Chinese “cupping”, for claims it aids healing, muscle recovery, and blood flow while reducing pain. With strict doping prevention in sports competitions, athletes seek alternative therapies to relieve the pressures put onto their bodies from extensive training. Although there isn’t always scientific research to back up claims of alternative therapies the mental aspect of using such treatments can bring a competitive advantage to an athlete.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been around for thousands of years. Qi (pronounced CHē) is intertwined with TCM, in its simplest form Qi is “energy”. When your Qi is balanced, your body and being are given the healing support needed to regain healthy function. The most common healing modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine are Herbal Medicines or dietary supplements, Tai chi and qi gong, and Acupuncture and Acupressure.
During an acupuncture session, the acupuncture needle acts as a conduit between the patient’s Qi and the practitioner’s Qi. When the needles are placed in key acupoints by a skilled acupuncturist who’s energy frequency matches yours, the stagnant or blocked Qi in your body is allowed to once again flow freely to assist with healing and pain relief.
Since needles can be rather intimidating for many people, there are adjunct therapies often used with TCM, but can stand on their own for their suggested healing benefits. Cupping, like Acupuncture has been an ancient Chinese healing therapy. Cupping therapy became a hot new trend a few years ago with celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Anniston proudly sporting the large dark purple or reddish spots generated after a cupping therapy. Most recently, several of the 2016 Rio Olympians, such as Michael Phelps, Dana Vollmer, and Alex Naddour are decorated in the dark bruising spots giving more visibility to this Chinese therapeutic modality.
So what is Cupping?
Cupping as described by the Olympic athletes is “negative massage”. Dana Vollmer stated that only so much relief is obtained from pushing into the muscle. And with Cupping, instead of pushing into the muscle the cupping pulls the muscle up and draws blood to the surface providing relief of pressure. Cupping for athletes is known as myofascial decompression (MFD). In MFD, work is required of the athlete. After the athlete is cupped the physical therapist has the athlete perform specific active movements based on the specific muscles used during their sport. MFD is also used in the traditional cupping therapy for relaxation versus active motion.
Cupping received its name because variously sized glass cups are used as suction devices that are strategically placed on the skin. In the most general terms there are two types of cupping: dry cupping and wet cupping. The glass or sometimes plastic cups have replaced the animal horns of ancient times. For cupping to work, suction in the cups must be created. A dry method known as fire cupping, creates the suction by inserting a fire ball (Using a match lite a cotton swab moistened with alcohol) into the glass cupping jars and quickly removing prior to positioning on the skin. The heat pulls oxygen out of the cup creating a gentle suction raising the skin inside. If fire is too intimidating you can try dry cupping by using specially designed vacuum cups that have small pumps attached to remove the air. Once the superficial muscle tissue is pulled into the cup a therapist can move the cup along with skin while still being attached. This is a widely popular technique that helps to relax tight muscles and promote blood flow in the small capillaries of the body where blood can stagnate. This gliding cupping technique is commonly used for chronic muscle pain.
Wet cupping is believed to release more toxins because it involves drawing out a small amount of blood during the suction procedure. Wet cupping involves removing the cup after it’s first applied and then quickly prick the skin using a needle or make a small cut with a cupping scalpel. Once the cup is replaced a small amount of blood is drawn out from the suction.
Cupping therapy was commonly used by the ancient Chinese to treat pulmonary disorders and still to this day is often used to clear congestion in lungs during a common cold. If you are interested in trying alternative therapies such as cupping, seek out a qualified health expert. It is always best practice to consult your physician prior to any new medical treatments either traditional or alternative.
Since 1997, AllegroMedical.com has been providing pain relief products online. With the addition of our Massage Therapy and Chiropractic Supplies we are now bringing you the popular Cupping Therapy Products used by Therapists on the 2016 US Olympic Team. If you need to purchase Massage Therapy and Chiropractic Supplies, rely on AllegroMedical.com for all of your product needs.
The Bard Cunningham Clamp is a simple device designed to help men control leakage or dribbling from stress incontinence. Urinary leakage from sneezing, straining, coughing, jumping, running or lifting things is called stress incontinence. The Cunningham Clamp is also an easy to use device for dribbling or leakage as a result from prostate cancer. A penis clamp stops the urine flow by applying gentle pressure on the urethra on the underside of the penis.
How to Size Your Clamp
Available in large, regular, or juvenile to meet all types of sizes. Finding the best fit is easy, using a soft measuring tape all you need to do is measure around the shaft of your penis, compress lightly.
Place your thumb and forefinger near the middle of your shaft. Apply gentle pressure, enough to stop the flow of urine, and then you are ready to measure the area around the shaft of your penis.
- 3 inches or more, purchase the large clamp.
- 2 inches, purchase the regular clamp.
- 1½ inches, purchase the juvenile clamp.
How to Apply Your Clamp
- Always start with freshly washed and dried hands.
- Place your penis between the 2 foam pads on the clamp. The clamp should be in the middle of your shaft.
- Begin tightening clamp to compress your urethra. The large and regular clamps each have 5 settings that adjust the pressure on your urethra. Use the ratchet catch to adjust the pressure. To release the catch, press inward on both of the spring wire loops. Only the juvenile clamp is not adjustable.
- Shape the upper foam pad with your fingers for optimal fit and comfort.
- Release your clamp to urinate
- Re-apply clamp after urinating. Try to place clamp on a slightly different part of your shaft after each re-application.
- Urinate: Approximately every 1 to 2 hours remove clamp to urinate. This will help you to avoid urinary tract infections.
- Move Clamp Around: Every 2 hours, move the clamp up or down your shaft. Do not keep it clamped for more than 2 hours in the same place.
- Not for Sleeping: Do NOT useat night while you are sleeping. Switch to incontinence products for bladder leakage during the night.
- Not Too Tight: Avoid restricting blood circulation by ratcheting clamp too tight on penis. This will help you maintain blood circulation and prevent skin irritation. It is important that you have proper sensation in your penis so that you can feel anything that is painful or irritating.
- Inspect: Perform weekly inspections for signs of cracking, foam deterioration or discoloration.
- Replace: Every 3 months replace your clamp. Replace sooner if the foam has worn down.
How to Clean Your Clamp
Follow the steps below to clean your clamp. Make sure to clean your clamp when it gets soiled.
- Hand wash your clamp in a sink with mild soap and warm water. Do not use bleach, detergent, or hot water on your clamp.
- Rinse your clamp thoroughly in cool, clean water.
- Gently squeeze the foam to get rid of excess water.
- Let your clamp dry in a cool place away from excess heat or direct sunlight. Do not put your clamp in the washer or dryer or use a blow dryer on it.
When to Call Your Doctor
If you experience any of the following symptoms while your clamp is on or off call your doctor or nurse.
- Swelling, discoloration, or discharge from your penis
- Skin irritation
- Loss of sensation in your penis
- Pain or irritation on your penis
- Any other unusual symptoms
Since 1997 Allegro Medical has been a leading supplier of incontinence supplies to healthcare providers and consumers. If you need to purchase incontinence products, rely on AllegroMedical.com for all of your incontinence needs.
People with incontinence (urinary or fecal) tend to have excessive moisture build up around their buttocks, hips, and genitals. Skin irritations are caused by excessive moisture. Caregivers and users of incontinence products should be on the lookout for skin with the appearance of redness, peeling, or perineal dermatitis (diaper rash). Yeast infections are also very common skin ailments in incontinent people. Yeast infections on the skin can be very uncomfortable and often painful. They are easy to identify with their fiery red appearance and itchy burning sensation. Treatment with an anti-fungal cream is often necessary in order to heal.
Allegro Medical’s 1 , 2, 3 Skin Health Routine:
- Stay Dry
Step 1 is to clean your skin properly. Use soap-free skin cleansers that do not cause dryness or irritation. No-rinse solutions like Convatec Aloe Vest Perineal/Skin Cleanser are convenient for all users, especially caregivers.
Step 2 is to protect your skin after cleansing. Skin sealants or moisture barriers add a protective film over the skin. Calmoseptine protects, soothes, and helps promote healing and provides a moisture barrier that prevents and helps heal skin irritations from incontinence of urine or feces, Fecal or vaginal fistulas, feeding tube leakage, moisture such as perspiration, Minor burns, scrapes, wound drainage, and Diaper rash.
Step 3 Keeping your skin dry is one of the best prevention methods against skin damage from incontinence. There are many incontinence briefs (diapers), protective underwear, liners and pads on the market today. When selecting an incontinence product you want one with an absorbent core, breathability, and a soft top sheet. ABENA brand is a premium incontinence line with some of the most absorbent top-quality briefs and underwear available. Although ABENA is priced higher per unit, user costs on average are reduced because the products have the best leakage security. Minimum risk of leakage means less laundry to wash! The high absorption ratings and SAP technology keeps liquid away from the skin allowing users to have more voids per unit.
Since 1997 Allegro Medical has been a leading supplier of incontinence supplies to healthcare providers and consumers. If you need to purchase incontinence products, rely on AllegroMedical.com for all of your incontinence needs.
Fall prevention is a frequent topic for nursing home staff, and rightfully so. Unfortunately, nursing home residents frequently fall, and the older adults that survive a nursing home fall are likely to sustain injuries that hinder quality of life or cause permanent disability. 1
Most fall prevention plans include bath safety items, mobility aids such as walkers, canes, and wheelchairs, and devices to assist patients from a sit-to-stand position.
What are YOU doing to protect your patient while in bed?
A staggering 48.5% of nursing home residents have Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias.² If you’ve cared for a patient with Alzheimer’s than you are likely familiar with the frequent midnight walkabouts and Houdini like escape tactics. Since nursing homes are prohibited from using full bed rails and restraints due to the risk of entrapment and harm reported to patients, alternative safety measures must be implemented to minimize the risk of injury if a fall were to occur.
Here are a few recommended products to help minimize fall prevention injury while in bed:
1. Pressure Sensitive Patient Alarm System
The Patient Alarm utilizes a pressure sensitive pad and connected battery powered alarm that alerts caregiver with audio sound when patient gets out of a chair or bed. If your nursing home patient exits the bed you will be alerted to assist them and help prevent them from falling.
2. Defined Perimeter Universal Mattress Cover
When a patient is prone to exiting the bed unassisted or to falling out of the bed, Drive Medical’s defined perimeter cover is a great solution. When installed on a standard bed, the soft foam bolster cushions surround the edge of the bed to promote a safe bed environment, without the need for confining side rails.
3. Safety Beveled Edge Solid 1 Piece EVA Foam Fall Mat
The Safety Care fall mat is constructed from the highest quality high density EVA compressed foam designed to provide a safe environment for patients at high risk of falling out of bed. EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate) is a revolutionary foam with rubber like qualities used in the manufacturing of various products such as running shoes, orthotics and sporting goods. EVA is resistant to moisture and stress cracking making it a very durable material to absorb and redirect impact forces during a fall. The mats have tapered beveled edges allowing equipment to roll over with ease along with a non slip bottom to keep the mat secure and help prevent accidental tripping. The solid core design is easy to clean and is anti bacterial to avoid cross contamination between various patient room.
Since 1997 Allegro Medical has been a leading supplier of medical supplies and fall prevention medical equipment to healthcare providers and consumers. If you need assistance purchasing fall prevention products, rely on AllegroMedical.com for all of your patient care needs.
¹Rubenstein LZ, Robbins AS, Schulman BL, Rosado J, Osterweil D, Josephson KR. Falls and instability in the elderly. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1988;36:266–78.
Current diabetes trends show that by 2050 nearly 1 out of 3 American adults will have a diabetes diagnosis. A staggering 60% of the non-traumatic lower limb amputations are performed on diabetics.1 Keeping your feet healthy is only one challenge diabetics face. Simple actions can help reduce the risk of major complications such as gangrene, limb amputation or diabetic ulcers.
- Get your body moving. Walking, swimming, dancing, any exercise improves circulation and helps with weight maintenance. Where proper athletic shoes to avoid foot injuries.
- Daily feet inspections. T.L.S., Touch. Look, Smell your feet and toes daily. Be observant of cuts, sores, calluses, bruises, or ingrown toenails. Foot odor may be a sign of an infection. See a podiatrist if you notice any problems.
- Lather up. Use lotion on your feet to minimize dry, cracked skin and assist with your feet inspections. Avoid lathering between the toes, lotion between the toes can cause bacterial growth.2
- Don’t dare go bare. Barefoot is a NO…NO for diabetics. Don’t go without shoes, even in your own home. The risk of cuts and infection is too great for those with diabetes.
- Wear soft socks. Diabetic socks or seamless socks are best to avoid friction which could cause blisters.
- Well fitted shoes. Buy shoes that are sized properly and made of premium construction. Shoes designed for diabetics are available online and thru your physician.
- Always have a doctor or trained nurse remove calluses, corns, or warts.
- Podiatrist, podiatrist, podiatrist. It can’t be said enough how important regular checkups by a podiatrist are for keeping your feet safe and healthy. Incorporating a podiatrist in your “care team” can assist in reducing the risk of lower limb amputation.2
Since 1997 Allegro Medical has been a leading supplier of medical supplies to providers and consumers. Rely on AllegroMedical.com for all of your diabetes supply needs.
Teleflex is a global supplier of medical devices and disposable medical products. Teleflex, through the Rüsch® brand of products, is a proud pioneer in urology. Through their global operations, they are one of the world’s largest producers of catheters. Rusch urology products enhance customer outcomes by providing products that help people protect themselves against infection and improve their quality of life. Listed below are three reasons to try Rüsch® Brand Catheters by Teleflex.
1. Solution for Difficult Catheterization
The Rüsch® Tiemann Intermittent Catheter by Teleflex has been designed to be a helpful solution for difficult catheterization. Rüsch® Tiemann catheters are flexible with a curved tip and relatively stiffer shaft making catheterization easier. The flexible design is achieved by modeling the tip separately and then joining it to the shaft. Each tip is color coded to indicate a specific french size and the notch on the catheter funnel helps the user maintain the curved catheter tip in the proper up position during catheterization. The catheters are made of siliconized PVC. Designed for single use only.
- Completely sterile and latex free
- PVC catheter has two staggered eyes.
- Color coded solid tips indicate specific size
- Manufactured with a relatively stiffer shaft to help ease catheterization
- Notch on the catheter funnel is used to indicate the tip position
- Overall length of catheter is 40cm of 16 inches
- Single use
2. Virtually Friction-Free
The Rüsch® Hydrophilic Intermittent Catheter has a coating that, with the addition of saline, allows virtually friction-free insertion and removal of the catheter without the use of a lubricating gel. Hydrophilic catheters may help reduce the risk of urinary tract infections by reducing trauma to the urethral mucosa.
3. All Grip with No Slip!
The great thing about a hydrophilic coated catheter is how slippery it is. The worst thing about a hydrophilic catheter is how slippery it is. The catheter can be hard to handle with or without good hand dexterity. That’s where the Rusch FloCath Quick™ Intermittent Catheter comes to the rescue.
The Rüsch® FloCath Quick ™ Hydrophilic Intermittent Catheter is an “all-in-one” intermittent catheter providing the ultimate convenience. The integrated package contains a FloCath Hydrophilic Catheter with a patented handling sheath and a packet of sterile 0.9% saline. Before opening, break the sterile saline pouch to hydrate the catheter. Sterile saline is much closer to the body’s natural fluids than sterile water, and the extremely lubricious coating allows for a comfortable insertion. The handling sheath provides an easy grip, allowing for touchless insertion. The sheath can also be pushed back and used as an extension to the catheter.
The handling sheath provides All Grip with No Slip!
- Soft-Eye™ tip for ease of insertion
- Full range of sizes from 6-16 Fr
- Available in Standard and Female lengths
- Color-coded funnel to easily identify size
- High grade vinyl material (PVC) catheter contains no latex
- Compact, discrete packaging, complete with integrated saline and thumb grip to ease opening
AllegroMedical.com supports Teleflex/Rusch in its efforts to improve the quality of life of its customers by offering urology products that help people protect themselves against infections.
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