Instructions for Use
  1. Carefully controlled and fully aseptic techniques are absolutely essential to minimize the risk of infection.
  2. Peel the pouch open, the "snap-off" along the perforations of the inner bag to expose tip-end of the catheter.
  3. Carefully insert the catheter shaft until its tip and balloon are suitably located in the Bladder, normally indicated by urine flow. Then inflate the balloon and gently pull the catheter shaft backwards ensuring that balloon is correctly 'seated' at the neck of the bladder.
  4. Inflation Procedure : Use the sterile distilled water or physiological saline solution. The syringe nozzle should be seated in the valve orifice and the plunger depressed to effect inflation.
  5. Do Not Use Needle
  6. Deflation Procedure Either cut off the inflation funnel slightly above the valve or use a syringe nozzle without the plunger.
  7. Discard after single use.

  • Do not clamp or kink the catheter shaft. Use of catheter spigot is recommended to stop urine flow.
  • Avoid using oil, petroleum derivatives (liquid paraffin) or petroleum jelly as lubricants.
Storage Recommendations
  1. Protect from direct sunlight or UV-rays.
  2. Store in a clean and dry environment at a temperature of 15-25 C (60-80 F)
  3. Do not store in such manner, which may cause deformation of the catheter or damage to the sterile proof pack.
  4. Ozone is deleterious to rubber The storage rooms should not contain any equipment that either generates ozone, or equipment such as mercury vapour lamps, high voltage electrical appliances or others that give rise to electric sparks or silent electrical discharges.
  5. Avoid any contact with oil-based antiseptic phenols or their derivatives, greases, petroleum spirit, paraffin or other related compounds.
  6. The catheters should be protected from metals such as Copper, Manganese and Iron.