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  • Urinary Catheter Care (Fraser Health) [English] Public

    Going home from Emergency with a Urinary Catheter. A urinary catheter is a germ-free (or sterile) tube that goes through your urethra into your bladder. Your urinary catheter allows for urine drainage from your bladder. A small balloon on one end of the tube holds it inside your bladder. (English) Colour

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    English (254311), Chinese (262195), Chinese - Simplified (262813), Punjabi (262814), Vietnamese (262815), Arabic (262816), Korean (262817), Persian - Farsi (262818)

    Printing Cost:
    $0.09 (B&W) $0.54 (Colour)
    Packaging Unit Quantity:
    50
    Printshop Number:
    254311
    Body Location:
    • Kidneys and Urinary System
    Disorders and Conditions:
    • Kidney/Renal,
    • Patient Discharge
    Keywords:
    • Bladder,
    • Plastic Tube,
    • Catheter,
    • Urinary System,
    • Catheterization,
    • Foley,
    • Foley Catheter,
    • NSAE-HAUTI,
    • CSAE (Care Sensitive Adverse Events)
    MESH:
    • Urinary Bladder,
    • Urinary Catheterization,
    • Catheters,
    • Catheters, Indwelling,
    • Catheterization
    Demographic:
    • All
    Site:
    • Fraser Health
    Program:
    • Emergency
    Professional or Practice Group:
    • Nursing,
    • Medicine
    Format:
    Factsheet
    Paper Size:
    Letter
    Paper Colour:
    White
    Title Page Paper Colour:
    White
    Folding:
    No fold
    Plain Language:
    True
    Reproduction Rights:
    Images used with permission from FP.157.P273 Going Home with a Urinary Catheter by Stephanie Boll, Manager, CIBC Patient and Family Health Education Library, Vancouver Coastal Health July 10, 2012
    Record Type:
    FHA
    Revision Date:
    May 14, 2013
    Next Revision Date:
    May 14, 2016
    Record Created:
    June 07, 2012
    Record Modified:
    February 04, 2019
    References:
    1. How to care for your foley catheter (2012), Drugs.com accessed March 16, 2012 (http://www.drugs.com/cg/how-to-care-for-your-foley-catheter.html) 2. Indwelling Catheter Care (Oct 2010), Medline Plus, accessed march 16, 2012 (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/patientinstructions/000140.htm) 3. Urinary Catheters (Sept 2011), Medline Plus, accessed Mar 16, 2012 (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003981.htm) 4. Urinary Catheter (indwelling) Care at Home (Feb 2010), Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, accessed mar 16, 2012 (http://www.childrensmn.org/manuals/pfs/homecare/018714.pdf) 5. FP.157.P273 Going Home with a Urinary Catheter (Aug 2011)AND FP.157.C38 How to care for a urinary catheter, Vancouver Coastal Health, accessed Mar 16, 2012 (http://vch.eduhealth.ca/PDFs/FP/FP.157.P273.pdf AND http://vch.eduhealth.ca/PDFs/FP/FP.157.C38.pdf) 6. Caring for your catheter and drainage bag at home (2008), Home Health, Fraser Health PE551 7. Going Home with a Foley Catheter (Apr 2011), Surgical Services, Fraser Health 8. Urinary Catheter Care at Home (no date), ARH, Fraser Health #262195 9. Indwelling Urninary Catheter Care (Sept 2010), Trillium Health Centre, accessed Mar 16, 2012
    Packaging Unit Quantity:
    50
    Impressions:
    3

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