2Step 1Check that the connector hinged cap is in the open position.
3Step 2 Insert proximal end of catheter into opening of connector. NOTE:Inserting the catheter when hinged cap is not in the open position may cause the catheter to not seat properly.
4Step 2Note that there are small “teeth” on the underside of the connector “lid.” If the lid of the connector is lying on top of the tubing, these teeth will prevent you from backing the catheter in all the way.
5Step 3HUBEnsure that the catheter is fully inserted and seated to the hinged area of the connector. (see dotted line)NOTE:Catheter may occlude or leak if not seated past the “teeth” and underneath the hub.If this should happen, please verify the catheter is seated all the way to the end of the connector.
6Step 4Close the top hinged cap of the catheter connector body by depressing it until an audible “click” is heard.If not securely attached, re-open connector and repeat steps 1 thru 4.
11How to OpenFirmly hold each side of the connector with two fingers and press on both sides of the connector firmly flexing the sides of the connector downward as if you are trying to snap the connector in half. The lid will spring open with an audible click.