Coude Tip Catheters

Coudes catheter is a type of catheter that is mostly straight but has a tip that curves/bends slightly. The coude catheter is specifically designed to maneuver around obstructions or blockages in the urethra.
The main reason that people use a coude catheter is if they have difficulty inserting a straight catheter in the urethra and through to the bladder. The curved tip makes insertion easier and allows for better access for people who suffer from urethral blockages or cases of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
Coude catheters work just like other types of catheters. The catheter is inserted through the urethra and into the bladder, where small openings called eyelets allow urine to flow out of the body. The coude tip is positioned so that it can easily move around blockages or narrower parts of the urethra. Most coude catheters have an indicator, such as a colored striped or raised surface, that shows the position of the coude tip.
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