Cure 16 inches Male Intermittent Catheter - Coude Tip

Cure 16 inches Male Intermittent Catheter - Coude Tip

Brand/Manufacturer: CURE MEDICAL
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  • Prescription required
  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Cure 16 inches Male Intermittent Catheter is a sterile, single use coude tip catheter that features 100 percent fire polished eyelets and funnel end for males. These catheters are composed of non-carcinogenic materials for added safety and are DEHP, BPA and latex free suitable for people with latex allergies.

Cure Male Intermittent Catheter Highlights:

  • Easy to open
  • Ease to use
  • Sterile
  • Latex free
  • Single use
  • Polished eyelets

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
M10C 10FR Each $0.04
$2.05
$1.29
M10C 10FR 30/Pack $0.97
$45.25
$32.29
M14C 14FR 300/Case $8.91
$386.05
$296.99
M12C 12FR Each $0.04
$2.05
$1.29
M12C 12FR 30/Pack $0.85
$39.75
$28.39
M14C 14FR Each $0.04
$2.05
$1.29
M14C 14FR 30/Pack $0.85
$39.75
$28.39
M16C 16FR Each $0.04
$2.05
$1.29
M16C 16FR 30/Pack $0.84
$39.05
$27.89
M18C 18FR Each $0.04
$2.05
$1.29
M18C 18FR 30/Pack $0.97
$45.25
$32.29

What is Intermittent Self-Catheterization?

  • Intermittent catheterization is used in people with loss of bladder control due to illness or injury.
  • The bladder is emptied by insertion of a hollow tube (catheter) into the urethra, past the sphincter muscles, and into the bladder
  • Urine then passes out of the bladder through the catheter
  • Medical conditions that often require intermittent catheterization include spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, and multiple sclerosis, to name a few
  • Intermittent catheterization must be done at regular intervals each day to keep the bladder healthy
  • Instruction Guide

Self-Catheterization Instructions using Cure Catheters:

  1. Gather the required materials before beginning including:
    • Cure Catheter in sealed wrapper
    • Water soluble lubricant
    • Something to cleanse the area: soap, water and a washcloth, or unscented disposable wipes
    • A container to collect the urine if not cathing on or near a toilet
    • Hand towel
  2. Visually inspect the catheter package. If broken do not use the catheter.
  3. Wash hands thoroughly before starting the procedure. If water is not available use a hand sanitizer.
  4. Open the water soluble lubricant and catheter package. The Cure Catheter package may open from both ends for ease of use. Apply a liberal amount of lubricant to the tip and first several inches of the catheter.
  5. Position yourself comfortably and arrange your clothing in a manner that it does not come in the way while cathing. If sitting on the toilet, spread your legs apart. If lying down, knees can be straight or bent.
  6. Hold the penis gently upright on the sides so that the urethra is not pinched.
  7. If the penis is uncircumcised retract the foreskin and wash the glans penis from the urethral opening (tip) to the base of the glans with mild soap and water or with a washcloth or unscented disposable wipe.
  8. Remember to wash with a circular motion from the tip outward to clean thoroughly. Do not wash back and forth over the urethral opening it can irritate the tip. Repeat the washing two more times with different areas of the wash cloth or with a new unscented wipe each time. 
  9. How to insert Intermittent Catheters?
    Hold the penis gently with one hand at an angle of 45 to 60-degree from the body and slowly insert the previously lubricated catheter into the penis using your dominant hand. Slide the catheter gently until you meet resistance at the urethral sphincters. Remember not to pull the catheter in and out when you meet resistance, only apply gentle but firm continuous pressure until the catheter advances into the bladder.
  10. Continue inserting the catheter until urine starts to flow. If you are standing in front of the toilet or sitting on it with legs spread apart let the urine drain into the toilet. If lying down, place the funnel end of the catheter into a container to collect the urine. Hold it in place until urine stops flowing.
  11. When urine stops flowing, rotate the catheter slowly between your fingers while withdrawing the catheter. If urine starts to flow again when withdrawing the catheter, stop each time it flows and let the urine drain. Continue to slowly withdraw the catheter until the bladder is empty and the catheter is removed. If you are uncircumcised, make sure you bring the foreskin back over the glans penis when you are finished.
  12. Some men have very tight sphincters or an enlarged prostate that makes it difficult to pass the catheter into the bladder. Coude tip catheters make passing the catheter easier. If a catheter with Coude is needed, your doctor or nurse will show you how to use it.

Cure 16 inches Intermittent Catheter Specifications:

Particulars Specifications
Catheter Length 6 Inches,10 Inches
Catheter Tip Coude Tip
Catheter Material Non-Carcinogenic
Gender Male
Catheter Funnel Funnel End
Catheter Style Uncoated Catheters
Catheter French Size 10FR,12FR,14FR,16FR,18FR
Drainage Eyes Fire-Polished Eyelets

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