The BD Plastipak high-capacity FEEDING syringe offers gradual and controlled movement of plunger with accuracy and safety of use the body of the syringe is transparent. The Plastipak 50ml syringe has a catheter tip that permits attachment of a probe or other tubing. For guaranteed protection of photosensitive drugs 50ml opaque syringe stops 90% of light rays between 290 450 nm UV wavelength. 50ml syringes are particularly suitable for automatic infusion equipment: syringe-drivers, pumps, etc. They have been approved for use with leading brands of syringe-driver. The BD Plastipak syringe is a single-use syringe that is sterile and latex-free.
- Latex free stopper eliminates completely the risk of allergic reactions to latex
- There is a clear barrel for the perfect visualisation of syringe contents
- Bold scale printing helps achieve more accurate dosage of medication
- Special silicon lubrication ensures that plunger moves smoothly and evenly
- The retaining ring prevents accidental plunger rod withdrawal
- Catheter Tip permits attachment of a probe or other tubing
- Volume – 50ml
- Catheter Tip
- Without Needle
- Latex free
- Top of Form
|Type of Product||Syringe|
|Syringe Capacity (ml)||50 ml|
|Syringe Tip||Catheter Tip|
|Safety or Conventional Product||Conventional|
|Country of Manufacture||San Agustin, Spain|
|Quantity per Box||60|
|Quantity per Case||240|
|Shelf Life||5 Years|
|Sterilization Method||Ethylene Oxide|
What is a Catheter?
In the beginning, you must learn more about the medical device that you’ll be using. It is an elastic hollow pipe that’s put into the urethra, or stoma in order to empty your bladder from urine.
Doctors advise patients to use intermittent catheters for a variety of reasons. In particular, many make use of catheters to treat issues like bladder retention urinary incontinence, to just some. In addition, those with injury to the spinal cord, Spina Bifida or other ailments that could affect bladder function such as Multiple Sclerosis may also use catheters.
Whatever the reason you have to catheterise, know that you’re not the only one.
Uses of catheter tip syringe in brief
- Inflate the balloon of the Foley catheter by injecting liquid into it.
- To remove the balloon from the Foley catheter by inhaling the liquid inside it.
- The catheter is flushed with liquid in order to clear an obstruction or cleanse it.
- Inject fluid, medication or other approved feedings via the nasogastric tube.
- To flush out fluid from the nasogastric tube to eliminate the obstruction, or to cleanse it.
- Inject air into the nasogastric tube, to find out the tip of the device is in the stomach.
- In order to aspirate the fluids in the stomach.
- To treat a wound.
1. What is a catheter tip syringe used for?
Ans- Catheter tip syringes are commonly used for injecting through the tubing, or when a regular slip tip needle is larger than a normal slip tip. Eccentric tip syringes have an off-center tip and are commonly used for surface veins or artery injections.
2. What type of syringe is used for catheters?
Ans- Catheter tip syringes are used for flushing (cleaning) catheters, gastrostomy tubes and other devices.
3. What are the two types of syringe tips?
Ans- Luer Slip (or Slip Tip) and Luer Lock
4. What is a Toomey syringe?
Ans- A Toomey syringe is used for irrigating and evacuating during medical procedures. The basic syringe has a blunt tip that can be fitted with a cap or used as-is. This design can also be useful for activities like tube feeding, where it can be snapped onto the tube to deliver a nutrition bolus.
5. What are the 3 types of syringes?
Ans- Sectors in the syringe and needle market include disposable and safety syringes, injection pens, needleless injectors, insulin pumps, and specialty needles.
6. What are the most common types of syringes?
Ans- Some common syringe barrel types are the luer lock, normal slip tip, catheter tip and eccentric tip
7. Which syringe is used for bladder wash?
Ans- Supplies for a bladder wash procedure include a 60 cc catheter-tipped syringe, a container for liquid, saline and a catheter plug.
8. How do you insert a syringe into a catheter?
Ans- Hold the catheter between your thumb and index finger with the bevel facing up approach the middle of the vein at a shallow vertical angle of about ten to thirty degrees puncture.
9. What is the tip of the catheter called?
Ans- Coude Tip – Coude (pronounced as kuday) is the French word for elbow and the tip is named so because it has a bent elbow like shape.
10. Can you use a 5ml syringe on a port?
Ans- The port system can be used for infusion of medications, I.V. fluids, parenteral nutrition solutions, blood products, and for the withdrawal of blood samples. The maximum recommended infusion rate is 5ml/s with a 19 or 20 gauge non-coring power injectable needle.
11. Why should only 10 mL syringes be used with central lines?
Ans- Only use 10 mL syringes when flushing or giving medications. This will prevent excess pressure on the CVAD.
12. What is a Luer tip catheter?
Ans- Basically, a Luer tip catheter is exactly the same as a standard funnel-tipped catheter except that there is no colour-coded funnel at the end. The end is just open like an empty tube. In choosing between the two, it becomes more of a matter of personal preference and what works for you
13. Which syringe tip is commonly used for injections?
Ans- Needles with a gauge of 20 or 22 G and a length of 1 or 1.5 inches are usually best.
14. What is a tip cap syringe?
Ans-Tip and end caps serve to keep material in a syringe when not in use and prevent curing or contamination. Luer Lock tip caps keep material secure at the dispensing end, while an end cap can keep material contained at the wider opening where fluid is deposited.
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