Intermittent catheters, sometimes called an "in and out" catheter and Indwelling catheters with a straight tip, are sometimes used by patients with Spina Bifida, Spinal Cord Injury or for neurogenic bladder conditions.
We carry most of Straight catheter types from leading brands including:
Intermittent and Indwelling catheters with a coude, or curve, has a slight bend in it at the tip. This allows for easier insertion into the urethra and easier navigation around the prostate and into the bladder and are commonly used with patients that have an enlarged prostate. Types of coude catheters: Olive tip, Tiemann tip or tappered tip.
We carry most of the Coude catheter types from leading brands including:
Prescribed for patients who have urinary retention that may be caused by Kidney Stones, benign prostate hyperplasia, Guillain-Barre syndrome and some other diagnoses.
Preferred self catheterization procedure to empty the bladder for a short term or once in while which may help reduce occurances of urinary tract infections (UTI's), An intermittent catheter can have a straight or coude (curved) tip. They typically come in three different length options: male, female, and pediatric and use different materials: Hydrophilic Coated Catheters, Red Rubber, Plastic, Vinyl, Latex and Latex Free.
Many closed kit catheters, or closed system catheters, are made with an introducer tip which has been shown to reduce UTI's and are sometimes used by patients in wheelchairs. These catheters are pre-lubricated and ready to use, and offer secure and discreet catheterization thanks to the self- collection bag and the introducer tip which, when used according to the "Instructions for use", results in a sterile cath process.
We carry most of Closed System catheter types from leading brands including:
Male External Catheters, often called Texas Catheters or Condom Catheters, are commonly used by patients with urinary incontinence. There are several types of incontinence including Stress Incontinence, when urine leaks due to pressure from laughing or coughing as an example. There is urge incontinence, leaking due to a sudden or intense urge to pass urine. Overflow incontinence when you can't empty your bladder fully and results in more frequent urination desires and finally there is total incontinence when your bladder doesn't store urine at all.
We carry most of Condom catheter types from leading brands including:
Indwelling catheters are more often used in clinical settings where patients need some form of long term catheterization due to certain conditions or certain surgeries (e.g., prostate) and can be used to collect urine specimens.
Indwelling catheters have a small balloon at the end that prevents the catheter from sliding out of the body. It can also be used to collect specimens from the bladder for testing.
We carry most of Indwelling catheter types from leading brands including:
Pocket catheters allow discreet catheterization, are ready to use, easy to carry in a pocket or a handbag. Pocket catheters come in different sizes for Female and Males.
We carry most of Pocket catheters from leading brands including:
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