Packshot Cathejell Mono

Cathejell Mono

lubricant for use on mucous membranes for medical instruments

Areas of application

Cathejell Mono is a catheter lubricant for instillation into the urethra prior insertion of a catheter or other medical instrument

  • Cathejell Mono contains no medically effective ingredient
  • The patient is relaxed and iatrogenic injuries due to spasticity or unquiet are minimalized
  • Especially suitable for Catheterisation, Probing, Endoscopy, Cystoscopy and Tracheal intubation under anaestesia
  • Cathejell Applicator for use in Gynaecology and Proctology is available

Dispensary

only available on prescription

 

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sterile watersoluble clear lubricant gel (no active ingredient)

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Opening and instillation of Cathejell Mono

The special design of the accordion syringe permits opening and soft installation with one hand.

Opening and instillation of Cathejell step 1

1. Open blister pack by peeling back the paper

Opening and instillation of Cathejell step 2

2. Remove the tip by a short sharp ‘tap’
downwards onto sterile field

Opening and instillation of Cathejell step 3

3. Squeeze out one drop of gel with gentle pressure

Opening and instillation of Cathejell step 4

4. Insert the applicator nozzle into the meatus
and instill slowly

Opening and instillation of Cathejell step 5

5. Empty the accordion syringe completely
and remove it

Opening and instillation of Cathejell step 6

6. Insertion of the catheter

For further information on safe use, precautions, interactions and undesirable effects please refer to the instructions for use or to a medical doctor or a pharmacist. The product information is referring to the current Austrian approval.

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