ParaSil Paracentesis Drainage Tray w/Catheter

ParaSil Paracentesis Drainage Tray Includes

  • Silicone 42cm Single Cuff Silicone Drainage Catheter
  • Female Adapter
  • Needleless Swabable Connector
  • Syringe MLL
  • Needle Block
  • Intro Needle
  • “J” Guidewire with advancer
  • Peel-Away Sheath Dilator
  • Tunneler with Tapered Sleeve
  • Side Pinch Clamp
  • Subclavian Clip
SKU: CM-002PCK Category:

Description

The ParaSil Paracentesis Drainage System for Home, Hospital, Hospice, or Nursing Home management of continuous malignant ascites.

Designed for patients who require ascites drainage, CardioMed’s ParaSil™ paracentesis drainage tray contains all of the components necessary for the insertion of the drainage catheter. The catheter’s soft and flexible silicone composition conforms to the peritoneal space and minimizes patient discomfort while featuring a radiopaque stripe for visualization during placement and multiple side holes to maximize the flow rate.

Benefits offered

  • The catheter’s soft and flexible silicone composition conforms to the peritoneal space and minimizes patient discomfort.
  • The catheter’s radiopaque stripe facilitates visualization during placement.
  • The catheter’s multiple side holes maximize the drainage flow rate.

ParaSil Paracentesis Drainage Tray Includes

  • Silicone 42cm Single Cuff Silicone Drainage Catheter
  • Female Adapter
  • Needleless Swabable Connector
  • Syringe MLL
  • Needle Block
  • Intro Needle
  • “J” Guidewire with advancer
  • Peel-Away Sheath Dilator
  • Tunneler with Tapered Sleeve
  • Side Pinch Clamp
  • Subclavian Clip

Packaged 1 per box, 5 per case

 

 

Additional information

Box or Case

Box, Case

Parasil Product Prochure - EN

Patient Home Care Instructions - EN

Patient Discharge Instructions

The use of the PleurX catheter in the management of non-malignant pleural effusions

Tunneled Catheter Placement in the Management of Malignant Ascites and Pleural Effusions

Bleomycin in the treatment of 50 cases with malignant pleural effusion

Disorders of the Pleura

Tenckhoff tunneled peritoneal catheter placement in the palliative treatment of malignant ascites: technical results and overall clinical outcome