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Pediatric Catheter

Pediatric Catheters are shorter and thinner with neonates & infants requiring 5-6 fr and 12 year olds 10-14 fr. Pediatric Catheters are available for indwelling (Foley Catheters) and for short term Catheterization (Intermittent Catheters). The main reason to perform Pediatric Cath is specimen collection. To lessen trauma on the child, the procedure should be performed by a specialist. Parents may request to be present. A Hydrophilic Pediatric Catheter that slides easily like Coloplast?s Self Cath is recommended.
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  1. Self-Cath - Coloplast From: C310 To: C408 - Cath Self Vnl Stp 10fr
  2. SpeediCath - Coloplast - 28612 - Pediatric 12 Fr
  3. SpeediCath - Coloplast - 28610 - Pediatric 10 Fr
  4. SpeediCath - Coloplast - 28608 - Pediatric 8 Fr
  5. SpeediCath - Coloplast - 28606 - 28612 - Pediatric
  6. Cysto-Care - Coloplast From: AA6106 To: AA6110 - Folysil Pediatric 2-Way Silicone Foley Catheter
  7. Self-Cath - Coloplast - 4310 - Plus Pediatric Hydrophilic-coated Catheters
  8. Self-Cath - Coloplast From: 4306 To: 4310 - Plus Pediatric Hydrophilic Intermittent Catheter
  9. SpeediCath - Coloplast - 28710 - Intermittent Catheters
  10. SpeediCath - Coloplast From: 28706 To: 28710 - Ready-To-Use Pediatric Straight Intermittent Catheter
  11. SpeediCath - Coloplast - 28708 - Ready-to-use Pediatric Straight Intermittent Catheter 8 Fr
  12. Self-Cath - Coloplast - 305 - Pediatric Straight Intermittent Catheter
  13. SpeediCath - Coloplast - 28706 - Ready-to-Use Pediatric Straight Intermittent Catheter 6 Fr
  14. Self-Cath - Coloplast - 4212 - Plus Female Hydrophilic Intermittent Catheter 12 Fr
  15. Self-Cath - Coloplast - 4212 - Plus Female Hydrophilic Intermittent Catheter 12 Fr
  16. Cure - From: HP12 To: HP8 - Medical Hydrophilic Coated Pediatric Straight Tip Intermittent Catheter
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