Lofric Origo Nelaton
LoFric(r) Origo(tm) is a hydrophilic intermittent catheter. It folds to pocket size, is discrete and convenient for carrying and using wherever. The variable Insertion Grip permits a non-touch method and allows secure and safe catheterization.
The Lofric Origo Nelaton catheter is a high-end urinary catheter for the user’s comfort and functionality. The selection of the appropriate catheter is essential for those needing long-term catheterization or who have medical issues that require specific attention.
The right choice for a urinary catheter is crucial to maintaining a high quality of life and controlling particular medical issues. Lofric Origo Nelaton’s passion for innovative design and focus on the patient makes it a product that cares about the health of its patients. If you’re looking for a catheter that offers the highest comfort, convenience and safety level, the Lofric Origo Nelaton is on the list.
Lofric Origo Nelaton: Overview and Importance
The Lofric Origo Nelaton catheter is a high-tech urinary catheter designed to offer patients an exceptional experience when they undergo catheterization. It’s cutting-edge features and clever design goal to reduce discomfort while providing efficient and reliable drainage of urine. This particular catheter is ideal for people with lower mobility, who require a catheter for a long time, or who suffer from neurogenic bladder problems.
Key Features and Specifications of Lofric Origo Nelaton
- Hydrophilic Coating for Smooth Insertion
The Lofric Origo catheter is coated with a hydrophilic layer that activates water. It eliminates the need for additional lubrication and smooths the insertion process, reducing the chance of injury or irritation to the tissue.
- Soft and Rounded Tip
The catheter features an elongated, soft tip that increases patients’ comfort during insertion. The design is designed to minimize trauma to the urethra as well as make for a more comfortable catheterization experience.
- Gripping Zone for Easy Handling
Lofric Origo Nelaton can grip, facilitating handling and allowing for greater catheterization control. This feature is especially helpful for patients who are unable to move.
- Sterile Packaging for Safety
Every Lofric Origo Nelaton catheter comes individually packaged safely, ensuring maximum security while reducing the chance of infection during catheterization.
- PVC-Free Construction
The catheter is made of PVC-free material, which makes it the most eco-friendly option. This characteristic is particularly relevant in promoting environmental awareness and sustainability.
- Size Options for Custom Fit
Lofric Origo Nelaton catheters can be found in various sizes, providing a perfect fitting for the needs of different patients. A proper sizing procedure is crucial to ensure no leakage or discomfort.
- Graduated Funnel for Easy Monitoring
The catheter is fitted with a graduated funnel, which permits the easy monitoring of urine output. It ensures that medical professionals can precisely monitor the patient’s condition.
- DEHP-Free Design
It is made of Lofric Origo Nelaton and is produced with no DEHP, a substance commonly employed in medical devices but is associated with health issues. The absence of DEHP means that this is a healthier option for patients.
- Latex-Free Material
For those who suffer from latex sensitivities or allergies, the Lofric Origo Neolaton brand offers an alternative free of latex, reducing the chance of allergic reactions.
LoFric(r) Origo(tm) one-time use, a water-resistant urinary catheter with a salt solution for activation.
- The catheters of LoFric are coated with the exclusive Urotonic(tm) Surface Technology. It ensures that the catheter stays smooth and secure throughout insertion and withdrawal.1,2
- LoFric catheters are made to ensure good urethral health and longer term.3
- The trauma of 0 percent was detected during a 5–9-year follow-up using LoFric’s hydrophilic catheters.4
- Instant activation Salt solution for sterile use included squeeze ready for use.
- The adhesive tab is on the rear to ensure solid hanging.
- Modifiable Insertion Grip gives you more handling and better control. While promoting the use of a non-touch method.
- Folds into a handy small size pocket.
- It can be linked to a bag for urine collection or an extension tube.
- Smooth eyelets.5,6
- Not made using PVC, latex or phthalates.
- The is offered in two different catheter tip options: Nelaton – soft rounded tip, Tiemann/Coude with a slightly tapered or curly tip.
Lofric origo catheter instructions
Teenagers and adults, and children.
Variants / Tips
Nelaton and Tiemann/Coude
30 cm and 40 cm
CH 08-CH 18
Size availability is different between the length of catheters and tips.
LoFric(tm) is a registered trademark owned by Wellspect.
LoFric(r) Origo(tm) one-time urinary catheters are intended for intermittent urinary catheterization.
Indications for use
Long-term and short-term bladder management using continuous urinary catheterization. Note that the LoFric catheters are intended for prescription usage only. Ensure you follow the instructions and instructions regarding the procedure of catheterization provided by your Healthcare Professional before use.
Package size description
Thirty catheters for each customer box. 4 customer boxes per shipping box. 5 catheters per sample box.
Does your product have an environmental mark?
Nordic Swan Ecolabel
Does the packaging come with an environmental mark?
FSC (marking sustainable forestry)
Special storage conditions
The package should be kept in a dry location at room temperature.
FAQs on the Lofric Origo Nelaton
Q How often should I change the catheter for the Lofric Origo?
A: How often catheter replacements will depend on your requirements and medical advice. Regular clean catheterization (CIC) is generally advised, and the catheter must be changed every 2 – four weeks or as directed by health experts.
Q: Can I reuse Lofric Origo Nelaton catheters?
A: Not really. The Lofric Origo Nelaton catheters are made for use in a single instance. Reusing catheters can result in complications and infections. Therefore it is essential to dispose of old catheters properly.
Q: What is the best way to activate the hydrophilic coating on my catheter?
A Method to activate the coating’s hydrophilic properties is simply to stretch and squeeze the pocket of water on the catheter to allow water to flow all over the surface. After activation, the coating decreases friction when inserted.
Q: Is the Lofric Origo Nelaton appropriate for patients with children?
The Lofric Origo Nelaton catheters can be offered in sizes for children that make them suitable for children with special medical requirements.
Q: Do I have to travel with the Lofric Origo Nelaton tubing?
A: Absolutely! The Lofric Origo Nelaton catheters are lightweight and simple to carry, making them suitable for travel. Be sure to have a sufficient supply to last the duration of your journey.
Q Do you know of any possible adverse effects of using origo relation from Lofric?
A: Although Lofric Origo Nelaton is designed to ensure maximum comfort and security, the individual reaction may differ. Possible side effects are irritation, discomfort, and urinary tract infection. Talk to your doctor in the event of any negative reactions.
Q How painful is a catheter for a male?
Ans- Inserting either type of catheter can be uncomfortable, so anaesthetic gel may be used on the area to reduce any pain. You may also experience some discomfort while the catheter is in place, but most people with a long-term catheter get used to this over time.
Q How long can a man wear a catheter?
Ans- Most indwelling catheters are not suitable to remain in place for longer than 3 months, so will need to be changed regularly
Q Can you get erect with a catheter?
Ans- Having a catheter in place should not affect an erection or ejaculation.
Q How does a man sleep with a catheter?
Ans- At night, you’ll need to attach a larger bag. Your night bag should either be attached to your leg bag or to the catheter valve. It should be placed on a stand next to your bed, near the floor, to collect urine as you sleep. Single-use night bags are usually used to reduce the risk of infection.