There are three main types of catheters: indwelling catheters, external catheters, and short-term catheters.
- Indwelling catheters(urethral or suprapubic catheters) An indwelling catheter is a catheter that resides in the bladder. …
- External catheters(condom catheters) …
- Short-term catheters(intermittent catheters)
|I V Transparent Film Dressing Frame Style||Disposable Infusion set|
|I.V. Catheter with an integrated three-way stopcock||Disposable Infusion set with build Bacteria Barrier Air vent|
|I.V. Catheter with Injection Valve and Wings||Dose Control Syringe|
|I.V. Catheter with Injection valve and wings (with Safety Advantage)||Extension tubing with 3 way Stop cock|
|I.V. Catheter with Sylex Advantage||Foley’s Balloon Catheter|
|I.V. Catheter with Wings for neonates||Foley’s Balloon Catheter|
|I.V. Catheter without Injection valve and with wings||High Pressure Extension tubing|
|I.V. Catheter without Injection Valve and without Wings||Infant Feeding Tube|
|I.V. flow Regulator Extension Set||Injection Stopper|
|I.V. Fluid Infusion Set with Flow Regulator||Intravenous infusion system with multiple Stopcocks in line|
|I.V. Infusion set with Airvent and Y-Site||Low Pressure Extension tubing|
|Critical Care||Measured Volume Fluid Infusion Set|
|A.V. FISTULA NEEDLE SET||Micro drip disposable infusion set|
|Double Lumen Central Venous Catheter Set (Seldinger technique)||Microdrip Disposable Infusion set with built in Bacteria Barrier|
|HAEMODIALYSIS KIT||Multi Extension Line with Needle Free Valve|
|Percutaneous Introducer Sheath Set||Nelaton Catheter|
|Single Lumen Central Venous Catheter Set (Seldinger technique)||Silicon Foley Catheter|
|Single Lumen Polyurethane Central Venous Catheter (through Catheter technique)||Thoracic Catheter|
|Triple Lumen Central Venous Catheter Set (Seldinger Technique)||Three-way stopcock|
|Urine Collection Bag|
|Regional Anaesthesia||Urine Collection Bag With Measured Volume Meter|
|Endotracheal Tube (Cuffed)||Wound Suction Drainage System|
|Endotracheal Tube (Plain)||Yankauer handle with connecting tube|
|Epidural Kit||Blood Administration Set|
|Mucus Extractor||Respiratory Care|
|Spinal needle||Laryngeal Mask Airway|
|SUCTION CATHETER||Nebuliser mask|
|Tracheostomy Tube||Oxygen face mask|
|Twin Bore Nasal Oxygen Set|
Catheter French Sizes
Because everyone has a unique body and needs, we always like to remind our customers that no single catheter out there will work for everyone. The same goes for the size, catheter type, and length of your catheter product.
Catheters are sized by what is called “French sizes,” which refers to the diameter of the catheter tube. These range from pediatric sizes to adult. Most typically, common catheter sizes can be anywhere from 5 Fr – 24 Fr.
You have three different length options when it comes to catheters.
- Male length catheters are usually 16 inches in length.
- Female length catheters range from 6-8 inches in length.
- Pediatric length catheters typically
range from 6-12 inches in length.
Women and children generally use shorter lengths because of their shorter urethras, although some prefer male catheters. If you’re looking for a shorter catheter or something more discreet, 180 Medical carries plenty of travel-ready pocket catheter options.