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Statlock Foley Stabilization Device, manufactured by Bard, are designed to secure foley catheters in place without a leg strap. These Catheter Holders are a good alternative to strapping a catheter holder on the leg, because of the unique anchor pad design. The Latex-free anchor pad is easy to secure to the skin, preventing slipping. Anchor pads are much safer and easier to use than sutures. These anchor pads are air permeable to reduce skin irritation.
The StatLock retainer device attaches to the anchor pads securing the catheter in place. The retainer device holds the catheter using transparent gull wings. To use the Bard Statlock Stabilization Device, simply lift the wings, place the catheter inside, and then close the wings over the catheter.
This process is much safer and simpler than securing with sutures. The Bard statlock Foley Catheter Stabilization Device can turn on its axis 360 degrees. This is significant, because the extra movement can help to prevent accidental pulling or removal of catheters. The StatLock Catheter Holder fits most silicone or latex foley catheters.
Bard StatLock Foley Stabilization Device Features, Benefits and Specifications
Product Features and Benefits
- 360 Degree Rotation Helps Prevent Pulling
- Adhesive Anchor Pad Prevents Needle Sticks
- Meets OSHA Recommendations
- Breathable Anchor Pad Material
- 100 Percent Silicone
- Latex Free
- Hpic Code: A4333
- Item Numbers: FOL0100, FOL0101, FOL0102
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Product QuestionsWe use catheter stabilization devices in Home Care for clients in their homes with long term retention catheters. The literature I read states that these devices need to be changed every 7 days ( sooner if coming off). My question is do these devices still need to be changed every 7 days if the client resides in their own home and the device is assessed daily?Question by: Pauline Bistritzan on Oct 17, 2019 1:21:00 PMWe do not offer medical advice and recommend following the instructions provided by the manufacturer or healthcare provider.Answer by: Jason Glover (Admin) on Oct 18, 2019 1:17:00 PMWhat is the difference between statlock for silicone and latex? Are they interchangeable.
Don't know which catheter my husband uses?Question by: Ginger Westmoreland on May 17, 2017 3:10:00 PMThis is not an item we carry in our warehouse and therefore cannot accurately answer that question. We recommend contacting the manufacturer for clarification.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on May 4, 2018 10:18:00 AM
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Does any one have any suggestions to keep from having to change this device as often?
Thank you for your input!
However the clip comes off from the adhesive backing.I'm thinking because I haven't been protecting in shower?
How best to do that?
We get a good life span on them also...they are placed on a stockingette material- circumference of daughter's thigh, and washed, not using the dryer.