Better Patient Care by Design®Indwelling urinary catheterization is a necessary medical procedure for the right patient.Learn why the holistic approach of the Duette indwelling urinary catheter makes the procedure safer for all patients!
The Foley indwelling urinary catheter has been changed through a thoughtful, systematic innovation practice. As a result, the Duette dual balloon indwelling catheter can now be used across all health events and lifestyle needs where a Foley catheter is required. With hundreds of thought leaders guiding clinical and product design, Duette proudly states it is the most widely studied innovative indwelling urinary device ever created.
The Poiesis website is an excellent resource highlighting the problems with the Foley catheter and how the Duette dual balloon can remedy all indwelling-related catheter harm events. The Duette urinary catheter is the first clinically tested design change to the Foley indwelling urinary catheter ever! Better patient care by design® now has life-saving meaning.
With the aid of Professor Roger Feneley from the BioMed Centre at the Bristol Urological Institute, Poiesis Medical elucidates the flaws of Foley catheters and demonstrates why the Duette™ is the solution.
Poiesis Medical LLC was founded to improve patient care and outcomes while reducing healthcare costs. This led to the creation of the Duette™, an innovative dual-balloon urinary catheter.
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Our commitment to achieving Better Patient Care by Design® has first manifested in the creation of the Duette™: Yet our vision does not end there. Poiesis Medical LLC is already working on additional, innovative product designs that will address continuing problems in urological care. [ About Us ]
In the Journal of Urology
A new study in the Journal of Urology found Duette™ dual-balloon urinary catheters reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections by 80% compared to traditional Foley catheters.