Made from medical grade silicone which is well known for its biocompatible properties.
Silicone is less likely to cause irritation, thereby reducing the chance of urinary tract infection.
Silicone becomes slippery when wet, thus allowing the catheter to be inserted easily into the urethra.
Silicone is stronger than latex, and for the same outer diameter of catheter, the inner diameter is greater, resulting in faster urine flow.
For a patient who is suffering from a disease of the kidney or bladder, has neurological disorder, or finds it difficult to discharge urine post-operatively, urine needs to be extracted through a catheter.
Graykon Scientific | Medical & Scientific Equipment
Graykon Pty. Ltd. trading as Graykon Scientific, is a successful distributor of equipment and consumables to the medical and scientific market in Australia.
We specialise as a single source supplier ...