An Innovative Intermittent urinary catheter which significantly reduces the incidence of urinary tract infection
The O’Neil Sterile Field Intermittent Urinary Catheter (ONS) is a single use disposable device which can be used to catheterise the patient without the need for an extensive sterile field. It has demonstrated clinically proven reduction in Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs). The catheter has been designed with an introducer tip, which is able to bypass the majority of organisms that exist at the opening of the urethra and therefore greatly reduce the risk of urinary tract infections due to catheterisation.
The O’Neil urinary catheter has a silicon tip which is inserted into the urethra. The pre-lubricated nelaton catheter is then able to pass through the tip, thus bypassing the organisms that exist at the opening of the urethra. The nelaton catheter is sealed in a polyethylene drainage bag to collect the urine thus providing a closed collection system. Volume markings exist on the drainage bag as a guide to the amount of urine collected. The entire device is packaged individually and sold as a sterile single use device. The device is intended to be used in the hospital or home environment by either medical staff or self-administration.
Intermittent self-catheterisation using the O’Neil urinary catheter can be accessed on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
The principles of using intermittent catheterisation are based on regular and complete emptying of the bladder to maintain a low bladder pressure and minimal residual urine volumes. This helps to secure bladder and renal health. Correctly performed intermittent catheterisation is a safe method suitable for long-term use, minimising the risk of urological complications (e.g. those relating to bladder and kidney dysfunction, UTI, urethral strictures and male infertility) and improving a person’s quality of life.
Intermittent catheterisation is the preferred method of catheterisation in patients who have bladder dysfunction, specifically neurogenic neurogenic (spinal cord injury, spina bifida and multiple sclerosis) and non-neurogenic bladder disorders (infravesical obstruction due to prostate enlargement, urethral strictures and post-operative urinary retention). Lower urinary tract symptoms of neurogenic bladder include either urinary incontinence or incomplete bladder-emptying and urinary retention caused by outlet obstruction, poor detrusor contraction, or compliance.
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O’Neil Intermittent Urinary Catheter
|Catalogue Number||Catheter size*||Sterilisation|
|ONSM 08||8FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|ONSM 10||10FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|ONSM 12||12FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|ONSM 14||14FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|ONSM 16||16FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|ONSM 18||18FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|AAM 8008P||8FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|AAM 8010P||10FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|AAM 8012P||12FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|AAM 8014P||14FG||Gamma Sterilised|
|AAM 8016P||16FG||Gamma Sterilised|
* Size of catheter may appear as FG, F, FR, Fr
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