Bard Coated Latex Foley Catheters


Foley Catheters


The Bard Silastic Latex Foley Cathether has a hydrophobic material that rejects moisture and provides protection against urethral irritation. The indwelling catheter is flexible, firm, and includes a large drainage lumen.

Comes in a sterile, single-use peel-pouch
Silicone-elastomer coating
Size: 20 FR
Volume: 30 CC

Additional Information:

The Bard Coated Latex Foley Catheters are available in a variety of sizes to fit your needs. Choose from 30cc or 5cc options, and a variety of sizes from 12FR to 30FR. This 2-way catheter is designed to both drain and inject fluids.


What are the different catheter lengths?

  • Pediatric catheters : 30-31 cm
  • Standard length: 40-45 cm (male and female; obese females may use as well)
  • Female length: 20-26 cm (females only)

What is silicone-elastomer coated latex foley catheter?

Bard Silicone Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter are made to reject moisture and protect against urethral irritation.

How long does a latex Foley catheter last?

Manufacturers guarantee catheter safety for many weeks; most stay in place for 2 to 12 weeks.

Which catheter is better, silicone or latex?

Choosing between a latex and silicone catheter comes down more to allergies than anything else. Both of them serve the same purpose and function the same way. Bard Silicone Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter is a great option.

What is the difference between a Foley catheter and a silicone catheter?

Silicone Foley catheters are made 100% of silicone, instead of latex. 100% silicone catheters tend to be softer than latex ones and are often used for those who have latex allergies.

What are catheters made of?

Catheters are made of rubber, silicone, and plastic (PVC).

What are red catheters used for?

Red catheters are used to drain the bladder or urine and prevent kidney failure. They are used if an obstruction prevents urine from exiting the bladder or if a nerve weakness affects your ability to pee.

What are the 3 main types of catheters?

The 3 main types of catheters are indwelling (sits in the bladder), external (placed outside of the body), and short-term (used after surgery until the bladder empties).

What is the difference between a foley catheter and an indwelling catheter?

Foley catheters (indwelling catheters) are most commonly used for those who have mobility issues. They have two lumens (separate channels) – one for draining urine and one for inflating the balloon tip to keep the catheter in place.

What are the side effects of having a catheter?

Catheters can cause bladder spasms , urethra damage, leakages, and bacteria infections.