Foley Balloon Catheters are used for a variety of purposes. They are used to help with the treatment of urinary tract infections and other conditions that affect the bladder. They can also be used to collect urine for testing.
Foley Balloon Catheters can be inserted into the bladder through the urethra during a catheterization procedure or as part of an abdominal surgery. The balloon is inflated with sterile water, which helps create a seal around the catheter. This prevents urine from leaking out and helps hold it in place until it is removed by a healthcare provider.
Foley Balloon Catheters are inserted into the bladder through either a catheterization procedure or abdominal surgery, and they help create a seal around the catheter, preventing urine from leaking out and holding it in place until removed.