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Procedure Kit/Trays, Catheterization/Collection, Feces

Definition : Prepackaged collections (either custom or standard) of the necessary devices and supplies needed for inserting catheters into the rectum through the anal sphincter for collection of the patient's feces. Items included in these kits usually consist of a rectal catheter and supplies needed for catheter insertion and use (e.g., lubricant jelly), a syringe, and a feces collection bag. The kits may also include materials for prepping the patient, such as a sterile drape, germicides, sterile gloves, and cotton/rayon balls. The kits may be supplied in supporting trays (i.e., procedure trays) consisting of a flat-bottom receptacle with a border around the periphery supporting all the instruments and supplies needed for the procedure; the trays are usually covered by a sterile wrap. Fecal catheterization/collection kits and trays are intended for the management of fecal incontinence but may be also used for irrigation, administration of medications, and for delivery/withdrawal of fluids to or from the distal balloon.

Entry Terms : "Bowel Management Systems" , "Catheterization/Collection Kits, Feces" , "Catheterization/Collection Trays, Feces" , "Fecal Incontinence Management Systems"

UMDC code : 32825

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Andwin Scientific

Company Type: Parent

Copan Diagnostics Inc

Company Type: Parent

Copan Diagnostics, Inc. is the leading supplier of collection and transport systems in the world. Copan Diagnostics, Inc. has been supplying bacteriology swabs, viral transport media VTM and molecular systems to North and South America since 1994.

Hollister Inc

Company Type: Parent

Hollister Incorporated is an independently-owned global company that develops, manufactures and markets healthcare products, servicing over 90 countries. From the earliest days of our company, there has been a strong sense of community—a connection to people.

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