Inserting catheters is a skill, and our nursing staff is equipped with it. Noble Care Nursing team has the expertise to use the contents related to Foley catheters. Since the catheter can be placed inside the bladder for an extended period, it is known as an indwelling catheter. The patient’s urine drains into a bag that is later taken from an outlet device and subsequently drained. Our nurses apply sterile gloves, open the betadine, and pour it over the cotton balls included in the betadine kit. Carefully remove the plastic that covers the catheter without touching the tube, and squirt the jelly on the catheter to lubricate it. Our staff carefully inspects the function of the catheter before ending the process. At Noble Care, we believe in adopting the proper manner in which to insert a Foley catheter so that patients do not run the risk of infection and trauma.
We believe in making the insertion of Foley catheters as comfortable and painless as possible.