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Using Catheters is an intricate process that goes best when you have desired articles to promote that. Thankfully, catheter insertion trays are available that help you go through the grind. They have all essential items in an organized set up with the tray having sections to hold different items. Catheter insertion kits are generally devoid of latex and particulates so you are safe from external contamination. There are guidelines along with the kit so you don’t make any mistake in connections or function. This tray is generally meant for single use and is disposable after that. Urinary insertion kits of course see through cases of incontinence with authority. There is a sampling port to have with it so you get the general idea of how the process goes through. This may come with or without catheter, depending on open or closed system. You should anyway have silicone-braced catheters with low drag tips for minimal pain during insertion. The tube should also be French backed and allow smooth fluid pathway. Catheter insertion is something that bothers most patients and it is necessary to prepare patents before the insertion, except in case of external catheters where no insertion is involved. You get a prep solution, generally suffused with iodine. You also get swab sticks to get pathological samples for imminent tests. This is necessary in case of patients who have undergone abdominal surgery. Since such patients are ever under the threat of bacterial infection, it is necessary to use disinfected and clean apparatus. The under pad is waterproof and that is emergent, for it keeps the skin dry and healthy. It also comes with a drape that is lent with apertures so the catheter and tube can get in. It is important to get insertion trays from reputed stores and portals to get quality products. You also get lubricating jelly along with the tray to get the catheter lubricated before insertion. Of course, the insertion kits never miss out on collection device where the voided urine is collected. It also has clear printed graduation so you can assess exact measurement. It also can hold up to 3 liters of urine and does credible business even with patients of heavy incontinence. Urinary insertion is generally made into the bladder and urine grabbed directly out of there. This should be handled by experts and not by rookies. You should anyway get into the habit of being in nitrile gloves when in close contact with the patient. This way, the patient gets secure from external influences. Catheters ensure that the groin area remains clean and dry, thus negating scope for bacterial spread. The whole package is conveniently wrapped and the collection device is such that the urinary odor is well-suppressed. You get rayon balls dipped in the prep solution and also a syringe (when a catheter is available with the kit) that is pre-filled with prep solution. Thus, you can take a test-check beforehand of whether the setup and system passes muster. There are forceps as well for holding the bladder and the catheter at the joint. Due care is taken to attach catheter and hold it with Velcro closures or straps so it doesn't shift places. Catheter tubes shouldn't crumple under heavy fluid output. When all the catheter accessories are well placed and the insertion tray items are carefully positioned, the patient breathes easy. This is of course necessary only when the patient is bed-ridden or immobile and is suffering from incontinence. It goes without saying that this doesn’t help in fecal incontinence. The package is generally peeled from the top and different items are easily acquired for a smooth process. The syringe should be triple-sharpened and offer low drag so there is minimal pain. The catheter should have caps to avert accidental pouring. There should not be any leakage or slippage involved. You get a specimen container and label as well, so you don’t accidentally use it on other patients.
Insertion Trays

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