A catheter valve is a tap-like device that fits into the end of a urethral or suprapubic catheter, which allows urine to be stored in the bladder and emptied straight into the toilet or bag. The tap can be switched on to stop drainage or off to drain urine from the bladder thus allowing the bladder to fill and empty as normally as possible. Most people who have a long-term catheter now use a catheter valve with or without a bag because it is generally felt that the bladder should not be kept empty at all times as it reduces bladder capacity and tone. Here, people talk about their experiences of drainage bags. Many people prefer to use a catheter valve because it may reduce the risk of infection and blockage by intermittently flushing the catheter with urine. Having a valve without a bag is also more discreet and comfortable than having a drainage bag.
Made of high-quality imported silicone rubber. Soft, without stimulation and has good biological compatibility. Smooth plug at the top to avoid injury. The ball can stop the tube falling off and play a role of oppression hemostasis. Use widely. Foley catheter. Company Introduction.